A Conversation with Joyce J. Scott and Helen C. Frederick


Join us for a lively conversation with Pyramid founder, Helen C. Frederick and printmaker, weaver, sculptor, performance artist and educator, Joyce J. Scott. Scott, from Baltimore, Maryland, will discuss the prints she created at Pyramid Atlantic in 2000, and how they serve as a commentary for issues regarding race, politics, sexism, and stereotypes. She received…

BIG INK at Pyramid

Helen C. Frederick Gallery, Pyramid Atlantic 4318 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville, MD, United States

You can catch the Big Tuna, a portable print press whose girth inspired its name, in action as it reels off large-scale works by 20 area artists. BIG INK, a…

40th Anniversary Panel Discussion


Join Pyramid for a panel discussion moderated by Shelley Langdale, Curator and Head of Modern Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art with panelists Andrew Raftery (Artist and Professor, Rhode Island School of Design), Pepe Coronado (Coronado Print Studio, East Harlem, New York and Austin, Texas), Maria Barbosa (Community-based Artist and Master Teacher, Arts and Education…

A Conversation with Tom Nakashima and Helen C. Frederick


Join Pyramid’s founder, Helen C. Frederick, in an intimate conversation with artist Tom Nakashima. Nakashima is an American-Japanese internationally renowned painter and printmaker, the great-grandson of a samurai warrior, and nephew of furniture legend George Nakashima. As in this print, “Nakashima often reaches into the past to bring clarity and resolution to complex feelings. He is a man of two worlds—both East…

Halloween Card Workshop

JOIN US!! Our Keyolder Resident Artist, Elisabeth Boerwinkel, will be leading this workshop! In partnership with the Prince George's Arts And Humanities Council and  Starbucks Community Store, join us for an afternoon of Halloween card creation! Stop by to make your own custom card. This event is FREE and spots are limited. All ages welcome.…

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