Thursday, January 26, 2012

Best Interns Ever.

Though they still live at home with their parents, Liz and Nora maintain that they are pretty cool kids, and, as the newest crop of winter interns at Pyramid, they plan on bringing that optimism to their time at Pyramid. In their first weeks they have been busy making paper, using power tools, getting messy, and generally having fun meeting new people and learning about the different programs and people connected to Pyramid.


Squirreled away in the wilderness of Baltimore, Liz occasionally ventures out to the big bad streets of Silver Spring. She graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, in Philadelphia, majoring in sculpture but mostly making books. She likes to read, sew, and make ice cream in her spare time.


Born to radical communists living in trees in Louisiana, Nora Burghardt, as one might expect, is excited to intern at Pyramid. In her free time she works as a competitive juggler/magician and cares for her panther, Fluffy. Other than that, She studied English lit. and Studio Art at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and will probably eat anything.

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