Touchstone's Galleries are currently closed for the season.
The galleries will be open to the public May 1-October 1.
BEA CAMPBELL GALLERY
MAY 1 – JUN 30
If you aren’t already "hooked" on blacksmithing, you will be after viewing this displa`y of unique forged hooks created by Matt Jenkins of Cloverdale Forge in Manitoba, Canada! Jenkins proves there is no limit
to the innovation and execution of making something as "simple" as a hook. Curated and produced by Cloverdale Forge and the Manitoba Craft Council, Manitoba, Canada and touring the USA by the Artist-Blacksmith’s Association of North America (ABANA).
Opening reception during Touchstone’s Open House on Saturday, June 3 from 11AM-4PM.
Additional information about this exhibition
2023 Instructors of Touchstone
JUL 14 – OCT 1
This exhibition showcases the creativity, talent, and technical expertise of our current workshop instructors. These professional, accomplished artists are invited from across the country to lead our workshops and successfully develop the skillsets of our workshop participants. A sampling of their works will include mediums of which are taught within our studios. Learn more about our 2023 instructors by
viewing their bios on our website.
IRON GATE GALLERY
MAY 28 – JUL 23
APPLY BEFORE March 31st
Touchstone is hosting a national juried exhibition that explores the idea of Distinctive Drinkware. Not just everyday mass produced consumer goods, but rather handcrafted items such as cups, shakers, cocktail spoons, bottle openers, and more. The focus of this exhibition is on the function and concept of not only the drinking vessel, but the objects and accessories used to create the drinks. Through the exploration of drinkware, this exhibition aims to serve as a platform to elevate the modern day experience of crafting and enjoying your favorite beverages!
Pittsburgh Ceramics Collective
JUL 29 – OCT 1
The Pittsburgh Ceramics Collective is an organization whose mission is to help expose and unite ceramics artists, and project that community to the people of Pittsburgh. We do this in many forms, but mainly through Ceramixers (social events), pop-up sales, and exhibitions held throughout the region.