Fuse-a-thon

Ok gang, Sharon needs a head count of participants.  This is such a worthy event and if you can go please let her know so we can keep Bullseye in the know !!!!    Charlene 
From: Sharon Dunham <dunhamsw@frontier.com>
Date: Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 9:38 PM
Subject: Fuse-a-thon
To: <communications@oregonglassguild.org>

Hi Charlene,

 

I had already put this in the OGG newsletter but now I need to know how many plan to attend this fun event at Bullseye!

 

Want to play with glass at Bullseye for free (almost)?

The 2019 Fuse-a-thon is right around the corner

 

We are pleased that Bullseye has agreed to host this year’s Fuse-a-Thon to benefit Empty Bowls (now renamed Clayworks for Community).

 

Below are the details:

 

· The event will be held on Thursday, May 9th from 11am-8pm at Bullseye Glass  3722 SE 21st in Portland

· There will be three different project stations where we’ll have materials set out for participants to make the class project from one of the three following introductory classes: Powder Printed Graphic Coasters, Glass Fusing Fundamentals, or Kilncarved Plates. (click for Bullseye’s project description, please ignore class date and location.)

· Bullseye will fire the pieces all the way through to the slump. Sharon Dunham will pick up finished plates, ready for the Blues Festival!

· Bullseye will provide all necessary tools.

· The first project is free to make.  Additional projects will cost $15/per plate or $15/2 coasters; proceeds will go to Clayworks for Community which this year benefits the Sunshine Division.

· There will not be any instructional time, so participants should understand basic fusing principles and be prepared to work independently.

· Participants can enter to win a raffle for a $100 Bullseye gift card.

·      Please RSVP to Sharon Dunham at dunhamsw@frontier.com if you plan to attend so we can ensure that the appropriate amount of glass is available. This is a wonderful way to have fun with glass and give back to the community!

 

 

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Charlene Fort/Morning Sun Studio, Hood River, OR.