1. How does a young, self-supporting artist build a career in kiln-glass? Nathan Sandberg, who has decided to take the leap into self-employment after seven years as an instructor/technician in Bullseye's Research & Education Department, discusses the possibilities. Taken from a live presentation at Bullseye Glass Co. in Portland, Oregon on October 14, 2012.

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  2. Join Clifford Rainey as he explores the concept, purpose, reason, and processes employed to formulate the works in his solo exhibition 'In the Beginning Was Black', displayed at Bullseye Gallery in Portland, OR September 4 - November 2, 2013.

    Rainey's starting point for the new work is the human experience of loss. Combining this with the physicality of the color black sparked his investigation into the symbolism and the visual elements of this dark dense matter.

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  3. Portland artist Crystal Schenk presents a discussion and slideshow about her current and past sculptures, and how she weaves memory, loss, and fragility throughout her artwork. Schenk has a very labor-intensive and detail-oriented way of working, in which craftsmanship and material choices play a large role. Much of her subject matter is drawn from her family history, and her sculptures address issues of grief, physical and mental health/illness, class structure, and social interaction. Images of her work are available at crystalschenk.com

    She also speaks about her new large-scale stained glass work, Shelter, that was exhibited at Bullseye Gallery [bullseyegallery.com] in 2013. This project continues a prior theme in her work, examining the increasing gulf between the lower and upper classes - applying the perceived visual materials of the upper class to a very impoverished way of life as a way of pointing out disparity. Shelter is funded in part by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council [racc.org].

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  4. Mel Douglas presented this talk on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at Bullseye Gallery, Portland OR

    Tom Malone Prize winner Mel Douglas discusses the techniques and inspiration behind her subtle and contemplative glass sculptures.

    Following study at the renowned Australian National University School of Art in Canberra, Mel Douglas has gone on to exhibit her work at galleries in Australia, the United States, Italy and Singapore. Douglas’ glass has been featured in numerous international publications and is included in the permanent museum collections including the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra and the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York. Her delicate, subtle work has earned Douglas many grants and awards, including the 2002 Ranamok Glass Prize and the 2014 Tom Malone Prize.


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  5. Emily Nachison presented this talk on Sunday, August 24, 2014 at Bullseye Gallery, Portland OR

    Portland-based artist Emily Nachison discusses the works and ideas behind her exhibition "The Realm of Quantifiable Truths" shown at Bullseye Gallery in the Summer of 2014.

    Emily Nachison, born in San Diego, California, received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2006 and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2010. Nachison has had numerous solo exhibitions and has been included in multiple group shows across the country. In 2013 she received an Artistic Focus Project Grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council in Portland, Oregon. Nachison is currently the Interim Fiber Department Chair and a Visiting Faculty member at the Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, Oregon.


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