Tag Public Art/Civic

Bullseye Studio @ the AFTA Convention

May 20, 2019

Bullseye Studio’s Development Manager, Dawndae Hamilton, will be attending Americans for the Arts’ upcoming annual convention in Minneapolis—specifically the Public Art Pre-Conference, June 12-15. As a premiere gathering for art leaders and influencers, the convention...

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Public Art + Kilnformed Glass

May 20, 2019

At Bullseye Studio, we believe strongly in the power of public art to unite, inspire, provoke, and provide a vital civic good. Likewise, we believe in the potential of kilnformed glass to energize art in...

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Design Week Portland Open House

April 11, 2019

Preview Monumental Public Art Up Close + Explore the Concept Library We hope you will join us on Thursday, April 11, from 4-7pm for a Design Week Portland Open House at Bullseye Glass Co. As...

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Major Artwork for New Multnomah County Central Courthouse

November 25, 2018

Portland, OR – Artist Lynn Basa has been selected by Portland, Oregon’s Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) to create an artwork of significant scale for the lobby of the new 17-story Multnomah County Central...

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Recently Completed: Willamette Park Capstones

February 15, 2018

We are excited to share that the capstones turned out beautifully! If you’re in southwest Portland, visit the newly redeveloped Willamette Park and look for the 6′ tall entrance gabions made by Steel + Timber. Designed by the...

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Artist Focus: Jessica Jackson Hutchins – From Residency to Fine Art Installations

December 6, 2017

Bullseye Studio’s work with the artist Jessica Jackson Hutchins began when she was selected for a winter 2017 residency at our fabrication studio in Portland, OR. Though new to glass, Hutchins’ inquiries and experiments in the new material, along with...

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Public Art + Bullseye Studio

December 5, 2017

The above photo shows part of a public art installation, called Five Hearths, located in an outdoor municipal plaza in Greensboro, NC. The installation, designed by artists Crystal Schenk and Shelby Davis, consists of 2.5″-thick reverse-relief glass slabs set into concrete bollards...

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