(Takoma Park, MD) Pyramid Atlantic Art Center – with funding from City of Takoma Park Community Grants Program —will create a pop-up art gallery in a 177sq. ft. open air site, likely a former garage, which cuts into the slope of Hilltop Road. The site is close by the defunct Sligo Creek Water Works, which pumped water to residents as far away as Kensington from 1900 to 1930. The first of two planned exhibitions on this site, Water Works, opens December 2. Pump House Pop-Up opens its first exhibition, Water Works, on December 2 with a reception from 2 – 4 pm (Rain date: Sunday, December 3). Water Works runs through March 3. The outdoor gallery is open to the public daily and located at Hillto
November 25, 2017 Pyramid Atlantic will be open 10 am - 8 pm on Small Business Saturday. Shop our handmade quirky gifts by local artists, our 10 x 10 exhibition of works priced $50, and consider picking up a gift certificate to take one of our over 150 workshops in papermaking, printmaking, and book arts.