“The papermaker’s story has been told many times before, and the Pulpit Painting papermaking show has been a staple in the lives of American families for generations,” the organization said.
“Its story is not new and its story is just as important to American families today as ever.”
The Pulp Paintings Papermaking show was organized by the National Pulp Museum in New Orleans and opened in 1955.
It’s currently the largest art and craft show in the U.S. and is sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The Smithsonian National Museum has hosted the event at the National Portrait Gallery since 1977.
It has also hosted the Pulps Paintings exhibition at the Louvre since 2007.
The show celebrates the legacy of paper making.
The Pulp Artists are considered to be the creators of the art form, and each year, the art exhibits feature a collection of artwork from around the world.
The show also features live performances from local artists, as well as local artists and performers from around New Orleans.
“We are excited to be partnering with the Pulpot Painting Museum and its partners to bring you a one-of-a-kind exhibit featuring the art of paper-making and its influence on art and culture for over a century,” said Whitney Richardson, Smithsonian Director of Collections and Museums.
“The Smithsonian’s Pulpit Paintings papermaking collection includes the largest collection of American art ever assembled and the first collection of contemporary American art in existence.
This show celebrates this remarkable tradition of American arts and crafts.”
Pulp Paintings will feature work by many artists, including Louis C.K., James Taylor, Dierks Bentley, and more.
The artists will also be performing live performances and participating in workshops, including a “making-a career in papermaking” class.
Tickets for the show are $10 each, and tickets are available now at the Smithsonian National Pulpot Museum.