Pyramid Studio Tours, part of Pyramid's 40th Anniversary Programs
November 13, 2021 @ 11:00AM — 4:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Get a backstage pass to Pyramid's community studios! Artistic Director Gretchen Schermerhorn will lead small groups on tour of Pyramid’s Hyattsville location, show off the various media and artistic processes that Pyramid is known for, and dive deeper into how some of the exhibition pieces were created. Tours will last about an hour.
About The Exhibition
REFLECTING BACK TO THE FUTURE
Curated by Helen Frederick
September 18-November 14, 2021
Online & In-Person
Pyramid presents an exhibition of work not seen by the public in over a decade. Founder Helen C. Frederick curates the show from an archive of over 700 pieces made by more than 260 artists at Pyramid under her leadership. These works include editioned prints, pulp paintings, and art books primarily made between 1981 and 2007. In addition to paying homage to the breadth of talent that has made work at Pyramid, the exhibition brings exciting revelations and rare finds from artists, many of whom have since achieved greater acclaim.
Full Artist List: Ken Aptekar, Maria Barbosa, William Christenberry, Y. David Chung, Jan Cincera, Jerry Clapsaddle, Buck Downs, Bill Dunlap, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Ke Francis, Susan J. Goldman, Lonnie Graham, Tom Green, Michael Gross, Ellen Hill, Shireen Holman, Rick Hungerford, Shoichi Ida, Teresa Jaynes, Bridget Sue Lambert, Hung Liu, Kevin MacDonald, Despina Meimaroglou, Larry Mullins, Tom Nakashima, Alice Notley, Naomi Shihab Nye, Jiro Okura, Michael B. Platt, Phyllis Plattner, Kenneth Polinskie, Margaret Prentice, Andrew Raftery, Tim Rollins and K.O.S, Miriam Schapiro, Joyce Scott, May Swenson, Yuriko Yamaguchi.
Online Gallery Opens Saturday, September 18
In-person Gallery Hours begin September 22
Wednesday - Thursday from 10am - 8pm
Friday-Saturday from 10am - 6pm
Sunday from 12 - 5pm
*Private appointments may be made to view works not on display. Email Kate at email@example.com for more information.
Pyramid is extremely grateful to the following partners who helped make this exhibition possible:
Maryland Heritage Areas Authority
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Rec, Prince George's County
Prince George's County Arts and Humanities Council