Touchstone Center For Children

141 E 88th St
New York NY 10128
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Touchstone Center The Touchstone Center for Children, a nonprofit educational organization founded in New York City in 1969 by its present director, Richard Lewis, was established in the belief that all persons have natural creative, imaginative and artistic capacities, which when encouraged and allowed to develop, find unique expression in each individual. Through its Arts and Education Projects, the Center creates interdisciplinary arts programs in classrooms which explore the role of the imagination and poetic thought as pivotal to all learning. In addition the Center conducts Workshops and Seminars for adults on the role of the imagination within the learning process and how, at all levels of education, the use of elemental themes and images based on natural phenomena can strengthen and awaken our human relationship to the natural world.