February 29, 2020 @ 8:00PM — 11:30PM
Get your fun just off Route One with Pyramid Atlantic’s MUST SEE party-slash-fundraiser.
THANK YOU! to all who have donated to support this event. We have ended our sponsorship packages, but you can still support Pyramid Atlantic and the HyBall by donating here.
Hit the road for THE BIGGEST PYRAMID ON THE EAST COAST to honor the kitsch, the retro, and the outrageous! Make a GIGANTIC sheet of paper. Print the WORLD’S TINIEST ETCHINGS. Learn the SECRETS OF THE MAGIC BOOK. BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! Pose for THE MOST RIDICULOUS photo ops. Taste UNBELIEVABLE signature drinks. Explore THE WORLD’S MOST SILENT AUCTION. And dance to THE OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD Rock-A-Sonics and their ATOMIC AGE Rockabilly!
HIT THE ROAD for Pyramid this leap year. THE FUN BEGINS HERE. Each sponsorship includes tickets. Tickets to the general public are $40 in advance and complimentary beer and wine. 21+.
It's the Hyattsville Ball (HyBall, get it?). Your support will be felt by a wide-ranging, diverse creative community. Pyramid is a locally respected and nationally renowned arts organization that reaching over 14,000 people annually. Taste-makers, community activists, emerging and established artists, and a ton of wonderful people call Pyramid home. Be part of this dynamic brand and community by supporting our signature event.
FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT EACH LEVEL OF SPONSORSHIP, CLICK HERE TO SEE A PDF SPONSOR PACKET.
PS: Custom packages are available for higher levels
of support. Contact Kate to talk about fun, alternate ways to be part of
this event and Pyramid Atlantic.
Founded in 1981 in Baltimore by artist and educator Helen Frederick, Pyramid Atlantic was established as a working community studio providing subsidized space and equipment to local and national artists, as well as educational workshops for those interested in getting started or developing new techniques. For nearly 40 years Pyramid has provided a creative, collaborative artistic community throughout several locations in Maryland. In June 2016, Pyramid moved into its 13,000 square foot historic facility in the Gateway Arts District in Hyattsville, MD, where it continues its mission to equip, educate, and exhibit, fostering the artistic disciplines of papermaking, printmaking and book arts. We value artistic excellence, infrastructure for artists, accessibility, hands-on experiences, and collaboration.