Seeking Support for “The One House Project” installation exhibition by 220 local area artists.

Panel by Judith Peck

Touchstone Foundation for the Arts DC (TFA) (a 501(c)(3) organization) is raising money to support “One House,” an installation exhibition created by approximately 220 artists was on display and open to the public at Touchstone Gallery during the month of November 2017. “One House Project” idea was conceived by Art Watch, a group initially convened by Ellyn Weiss and Jackie Hoysted.

Each participating artist used a 12” square panel on which he or she commemorated an ancestor who came to this country — voluntarily or involuntarily. The installation demonstrates the power of visual communication to support values such as tolerance and inclusion, and resistance to the efforts to divide us by race, gender, sexual preference, class or region.

TFA is committed to supporting the arts in both our community and in underserved populations. We are honored to support this project, and we believe that we can make a difference together. Every little bit helps. Funds raised will be used to cover the following expenses: exhibition space, exhibition promotion and outreach, supporting materials.

DONATE $100 or more and receive a t-shirt with a unified collage design of all (or majority) of the artwork panel squares. 

Please stop by to see “One House” installation exhibition was on display November 3 – 25, 2017 at Touchstone Gallery
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For more information about this exhibition please contact Ksenia Grishkova, Executive Director, Touchstone Foundation for the Arts,


Touchstone Foundation for the Arts – Fellowship updates:

Touchstone Foundation for the Arts Emerging Artist Fellowship application process is closed for 2017. Please check back again end of the year to apply for 2018 fellowship.
Thank you.

Touchstone Foundation for the Arts (TFA) is a nonprofit tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization created by the artists of Touchstone Gallery in order to expand its outreach programs.