Looks Good on Paperis a juried contemporary Paper exhibition, featuring 2D and 3D works from over 40 artists on, in, and of paper. The exhibition will showcase diverse practices and concepts in paper arts including trends, advances, and explorations of the materiality of paper itself.
Come print with us on October 8, 11am-3pm to create posters to encourage people to get out and vote in the mid-term elections! The printed posters will be free and available to the public starting on Sunday, October 9th during Pyramid’s open hours.
Image: Sarah Matthews showing Megan Singleton’s artist book PLANT TRANSFORMATION OBSERVATIONS, AND INTERACTIONS from LOOKS GOOD ON PAPER (now on view).
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Artist Talks and Demo Videos on Demand!
Follow along with one of our artist-led demonstrations or listen to artists talk about their process and inspiration in our growing video library!
Recently added: Time-lapse video of Xuewu Zheng installing his piece, “Zen Wall” and Anela Ming-Yue’s talk about her piece “Succession (for Ahcha) I” (featured image), both from our Looks Good on Paper exhibition.
Studio Health and Safety Policies (updated September 19, 2022): Pyramid values the health and wellbeing of our artists, teachers, students, staff, and visitors. At this time, we are shifting to a “masks optional but encouraged” policy for its public spaces. Some exceptions: 1) If you are not fully vaccinated, please wear a mask; 2) If you have been exposed to Covid-19, wear a mask for 10 days after exposure; If you have tested positive, STAY HOME and follow current CDC guidelines for isolation and mask wearing (https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2022/p0811-covid-guidance.html_). Please be supportive of our staff and other guests who choose to mask up for their (or your) benefit, and be willing to don a mask if you are working in close proximity to someone who requests it.