Park Press Releases
New Sculpture, Who this?
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum is excited to add a new sculpture to the Pyramid Family. We are honored that Bret Price chose Pyramid Hill to be the permanent home for his unique sculpture "Oh Yeah", a galvanized steel structure that will forever add to the beautiful landscape that is the rolling hills of the park. For more information, please follow this link: "Oh Yeah" - A New Park Acquisition
Reeling in Some Fun!
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum is celebrating Fathers and Father Figures in June 2020 with a Catch-and-Release Fishing Derby at the on-site picturesque ponds and lakes. Don't flounder on having fun, visit the park this upcoming June. For more information, please follow this link: 2020 Fishing Derby.
Happy Hour Got a Little More Hairy
What would be better than sipping a drink next to your furry friend? Pyramid Hill and Animal Friends Human Society are excited to announce our annual Canines and Wine Happy Hour event. Bring your canine companion for a leisurely stroll through the 330+ acres of the rolling hills and lakes that is Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum and finish with a nice drink at this pet-friendly event.
For more information, please follow this link: Pyramid Hill Canines & Wine!
Blood donation can save a life! Pyramid Hill is hosting a blood drive with Hoxworth Blood Center to encourage our community to donate. All blood types are welcomed! Pre-registration is required for this event and it will be held Sunday, August 16th. For more information, please follow this link: Pyramid Hill & Hoxworth Blood Drive.
Cosmic Viewing Party
There will be no mediocrity with these meteors. Pyramid Hill will be hosting a meteor shower viewing party on August 14th! Experience a stellar display is the sky on the hill right next to Age of Stone, a prominent sculpture in the park. Guests can have the opportunity to camp out over night in the Park! For more information, please follow this link: Pyramid Hill's Meteor Shower Party!
Mid-South Sculpture Alliance
Pyramid Hill is excited to announce its partnership with the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance in presenting nine, yes nine, sculptures placed in the park. A curated mix of abstract and representational artwork from artists across the country, this exhibition is an exciting addition to the park. The sculptures will be on display until November 2021. For more information, please follow this link: Pyramid Hill and the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Exhibition
Summer Shenanigans for the Whole Family
Summer is a time to be outdoors! Summer is a time to be among artwork! What is a better way to that besides visiting Pyramid Hill? This summer, you can experience the best of both worlds through the 2020 Pyramid Hill Summer Series for Kids. Learn, create, and have fun this summer by participating in a series of programs designed with art and nature in mind. For more information, please follow this link: 2020 Summer Series for Kids
For the complete summer schedule click here: Summer Series 2020
Pyramid Hill is Excited to be hosting Icelandic sculptor Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir's (Steinunn Þórarinsdóttir's) exhibition "BORDERS" here at the hill! This exhibition features 22 sculptures cast in iron and aluminium that are paired through out the park. These life-sized pairs will be featured at Pyramid Hill March 2020 - March 2021. For more information, please follow this link: “BORDERS” by Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir at Pyramid Hill
Art & Music Festival
Join us on Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th for Pyramid Hill's Art & Music Festival. Featuring the 18th Annual Art Fair, this juried show brings together more than 50 artists to sell their handmade creations throughout the weekend. The artists’ booths are set amongst the monumental modern and contemporary sculptures that dot our gorgeous grounds. The Art & Music Festival also features live music, family-friendly activities food, and a beer garden with beer from Fretboard Brewing Company. For more information, click the following link:
Journey BOREALIS Partnerships
Pyramid Hill partners with local arts organizations in preparation for their new holiday light spectacle, Journey BOREALIS. Through a generous donation from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation, the park has been able to cultivate new partnerships to help create a holiday light show predicted to acquire national attention. Such organizations include the Cincinnati Boychoir and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, both of which will be providing the soundtrack for Journey BOREALIS. To learn more, click the following link:
Volunteer Opportunities for Journey BOREALIS
Pyramid Hill offers volunteer opportunities in preparation for Journey BOREALIS. Through the hard work of the park’s generous volunteers, Pyramid Hill is able to create a holiday light spectacle that engages the community in ways beyond a simple visit to the park. Donations of materials like string lights and wood are also accepted to help make Journey BOREALIS a truly fantastic experience for our community. To learn more, click the following link:
Free Tuesdays for Journey BOREALIS
Pyramid Hill partners with the City of Hamilton to offer its residents free admission to see Journey BOREALIS every Tuesday during the duration of this holiday light spectacle. With proof of residence in Hamilton, visitors are able to experience the joy of this unique holiday season at Pyramid Hill without charge. Guests outside of Hamilton are still welcome to enjoy Journey BOREALIS for the cost of regular admission. For more information, click the following link: Free Tuesdays for Journey BOREALIS at Pyramid Hill
Additional Collaborations for Journey BOREALIS
Pyramid Hill partners with Vincent Lighting Solutions, The Bombshells of Cincinnati, and Cincinnati-based artist, Pam Kravetz, to help with additional elements to the holiday lights display. Music for Journey BOREALIS is also available on the free app, Echoes, with arrangements made by The Cincinnati Boychoir and The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. For more information, click the following ink:
Pyramid Hill Announces Management Change
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum today announced changes to its senior administrative team. Sean FitzGibbons will resign his position as Executive Director effective December 18, 2020, to pursue an opportunity outside of the organization. Lee Sanders has been appointed Interim Director while the institution begins an external search for Mr. FitzGibbons' permanent replacement. For more information, please click the following link: Pyramid Hill Announces Management Change
Pyramid Hill Launches Annual Campaign
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum has started its Annual Fundraising Campaign for 2020. The fundraising effort will run through February 14, 2021. For more information, please click the following link:
Love is Love
Selections from the private collection of Cincinnati Art Collector, Sara Vance Waddell, will be on display at Pyramid Hill. Curated by Maria Seda-Reeder, "Love is Love" examines the different facets of love and artists' interpretations on the complexity of the subject matter. Opening Sunday, March 8th - commemorating International Women's Day and the collection itself, which feature a number of female artists. For more information, please click the following link: "Love is Love" at Pyramid Hill.