Touchstone CENTER FOR CRAFTS

Pioneering Craft Education for Over 50 Years

Heather Nuber is one of our ‘A Taste of Touchstone’ Artists who will also be teaching at Touchstone in 2018!


Visit The Allegany Arts Council’s Saville Gallery in Cumberland, MD from February 3-17, 2018 for ‘A Taste of Touchstone’ Gallery Exhibit. More information


Hurry, the exhibition closes this Saturday, Feb. 17!


Heather Nuber is a metalsmith, contemporary jeweler, installation artist, and MFA candidate and associate instructor at Indiana University. She received her BFA in metalsmithing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2015, and has studied at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Penland School of Crafts and Peters Valley School of Craft. She has exhibited work nationally in juried and invitational shows, and was an artist-in-residence with the Birdsell Project in South Bend, Indiana. Her work focuses on the dynamics of personal relationships and social interactions.


To see more of Heather’s work visit heathersnuber.com and follow her on Instagram @heather.s.nuber


Heather will be teaching ‘Make It Your Own: Unique Chains and Design’ at Touchstone from July 30—August 3, 2018. In this class, students will draw on the beautiful surroundings of Touchstone to create unique designs that incorporate equally dynamic chain. You will learn various methods to produce one-of- a-kind chains that carry your design throughout the entire piece, increasing visual interest and value to your work. Skills learned and utilized will include: making jigs, soldering, piercing, forging, and finishing. You will leave the workshop with a collection of chain samples, skills for distilling design, and at least one finished wearable piece that is yours…all yours! This workshop is suitable for All Levels.


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Mission Statement: Touchstone Center for Crafts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance excellence in the arts and crafts by educating and encouraging individuals to develop technical skills, good design, and innovative expression.

Touchstone Center for Crafts condemns all acts of racism, discrimination, and senseless violence. We firmly believe that everyone has a right to dignity, respect, and equality without fear.  As an organization, we commit to listen and learn and to grow. We will continue to work to empower people to use art as a means of expression, a way to build community, and a powerful voice for change.

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