Pyramida Center for Contemporary Art combines artists' studios with a gallery for the promotion of contemporary visual arts and exchange between Israeli and international artists. Pyramida offers a worksite for professional Israeli artists, promoting their work and exposing artistic projects to the general public. With a focus on contemporary art from Israel and around the world, Pyramida serves as a meeting ground for Israeli artists and their international peers.

Pyramida is a non-profit organizatio. Established in 1992 by a group of renowned Israeli artists from Haifa and northern Israel.
Every few years one of Pyramida's members is nominated as chairman.




The Pyramida center
is located in Wadi Saliv, a low income neighborhood. Housed in an abandoned school building whose use was donated by the municipality of Haifa, Pyramida now sits in a partially renovated facility.

Pyramida currently houses the studios of 11 artists. In addition to it's five member artists, Pyramida offers working spaces to six young artists for a period of two years.

Pyramida's goals are:
To serve as a bridge between the art community and the general public.
To provode working facilities and exposure for local artists.
To promote Israeli and international contemporary art.