Author Archives: Warren

YES, WE’RE OPEN! Despite all the construction signs, you can still get to the Resource Center by turning west on SE Bush from SE 22nd and driving around the block. Check out the map below.

We’re looking forward to seeing you!

Artist Lynn Basa in Bullseye's R&E studio

Artist Lynn Basa (center) visits Bullseye's Research & Education studio to check in on the project.

Bullseye is proud to be part of TriMet’s new Portland-Milwaukie light rail line, scheduled start service in September 2015. Our Research and Education team collaborated with the Canadian firm Mosaika to translate Chicago-based artist Lynn Basa‘s paintings into glass mosaics for the shelter columns at the new MAX line stations. read more

Congratulations to the Emerge 2014 award winners! The awards were announced on April 12th during an award ceremony at Bullseye Gallery in Portland.

More exciting news from the ceremony: Emerge/Evolve—an exhibit featuring selected works from Emerge 2014 and work by three past Emerge finalists—will travel to the Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue, Washington, in spring 2015. read more

Recently discovered in the Bullseye media archive: Casting Glass, a film from the late 1970s by Terry Forgette. It was produced for a glass conference and documents the glass manufacturing process in the factory at that time. Needless to say a lot has changed, but one thing hasn’t: we’re still making glass one sheet at a time. read more

Brian Bump warned the friends and relatives he invited to the Working Glass 2012 award ceremony that if he seemed nervous it was because he’d be doing “a performance piece.” Did he ever.

"I was pretty sure of the answer, but my knees were shaking on the way up the stairs."

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