Break the Guiness World Record for the Longest Game of Telephone. More than 1,330 volunteers are needed to form a line through the Museum’s galleries and pass a message—based on the Museum’s history—from beginning to end. Be a part of history by participating in this large-scale art game that nods to the original Guinness Record set in Baltimore for World’s First Instant Telecommunication in May 1844. This event will feature activities and presentations along the game path, and the opportunity to experience the Walters Art Museum like never before!
Pre-register by May 21 and be eligible to win great prizes including:
10 a.m.-noon - Check-in/Registration
Noon-3 p.m. - Longest Game of Telephone
Please note that when you check-in and register, you will be give your number in line and the time your group needs to line up for the game. You can tour the galleries, shop the museum store, or grab a snack before your appointed time. You are also free to leave once you've played the game or you can stick around to hear the final message.
By registering for this event, I hereby grant permission to the Walters Art Museum and its representative or designee to take photographs and/or videos of me and to make recordings of my voice at the event. If I am in attendance with minors for which I am a guardian or parent, this consent shall also apply to those minors as well. All copies of my/my minors image/s photographed, filmed or recorded under this agreement shall constitute the sole property of the Walters Art Museum and Lexie Mountain (guest curator), which have my permission to edit, alter, reproduce or use the images in any medium whatsoever without limitation or reservation.
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