May 12, 2018 - Spring Open Studios

Come join us in the Gateway Arts District for Spring Open Studios on May 12th, 2018 from 12pm-5pm along with over 100+ artists in the area! There will also be a beer festival happening at Pizzeria Paradiso Hyattsville yay! Participating studios and more info HERE. #2018OpenStudios

Pyramid wins Best of DC 2018 for our Book Arts Fair!

Best Gathering for Nerds Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair The Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair appeals to a niche but fervent base: people who love artist’s books. If you’re not a part of this strange subculture, you may be wondering what an artist book is. This nebulous categorization includes everything from zines to sculptural paper folding experiments to limited edition works (essentially, anything in a bookish form that you won’t find at your neighborhood bookstore), and the PABAF rounds up some of the best and weirdest in a weekend long celebration of book nerds. There’s an exhibitor hall, demonstrations, galleries, and lectures, allowing attendees to pick and choose whether they wan

Pyramid at International Print Center

Former Denbo Fellow Karen Hardy was selected for an exhibition, Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960 To Today. In this high-profile group exhibition, she will show an artist book she made during residency here, entitled Mis-Direct-Ion Re-Direct-Ive. The auspicious list of artists includes Robert Rauschenberg, Edward Ruscha, Louise Bourgeois, Frank Stella, Kiki Smith, Helen Frankenthaler and Pyramid's Founder Helen Frederick. More info about the exhibition More info about the Denbo Fellowship and other Pyramid Artist Opportunities

April 7, 2018 - not too high, not too low Panel Discussion

Please join us for a panel discussion featuring some of the artists from our current gallery exhibition not too high, not too low on April 7 from 2 - 4 pm. This event is free an open to the public! Engage and learn more from the women behind not too high, not too low! Curator Amy Lokoff is joined by artists Jessica Agüero, Toni Lane, Anna Sellheim, and Lenora Yerkes from not too high, not too low for an intimate conversation about their work in the show, artistic influences, diversity in comics, and DC's zine scene. Bring your questions and curiosity!

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