Arts Touchstone

Arts Touchstone

Have you been out of the studio for awhile?   Can’t remember what it’s like to spend the day in the rehearsal hall, or the intense quiet that falls over an audience that has really connected with a performance?  The arts touchstone brings a small piece of those feelings into the more mundane parts of your day.  With just a glance, you will be re-connected with the core of your work, giving you just the boost you need to get through the necessary, but not so fulfilling, parts of bringing art to the world.


Supporting Americans for the Arts

The main purpose of the touchstones is to help nonprofit people do their work better.  At the same time, I also want to support the causes for which you work so hard.  In that spirit, $1 from each touchstone purchase will be donated to an organization serving the corresponding sector.  Arts touchstone donations will go to Americans for the Arts.

Artist Credit

The visual elements of the touchstones are the work of Rebekah McGrady.  Some of the source artwork was licensed under Creative Commons.  Those original artists are credited below:

Paquita–The Ballet by startsfest (flickr)

Have you been out of the studio for awhile?   Can’t remember what it’s like to spend the day in the rehearsal hall or the intense quiet that falls over an audience that has really connected with a performance?  The arts touchstone brings a small piece of those feelings into the more mundane parts of your day.  With just a glance you will be re-connected with the core of your work, giving you just the boost you need to get through the necessary, but not so fulfilling parts of bringing art to the world.

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