May 10, 2021 - Call for entry opens via Submittable

July 26, 2021 - Submissions due

Fall 2021 - Semi-finalists notified

January 2022 - Finalists announced

February 2022 - Award winners announced




  • All glass in submitted entries must be Bullseye glass.
  • Kilnformed glass must be the focus of submitted work (other materials may be incorporated in the work as long as kiln-glass remains the focus).
  • Entries must have been created since January 1, 2019.
  • Submitted work must weigh no more than 90 pounds (41 kg).  Exceptions will be made for architectural glass submissions in which the project itself cannot be exhibited (in this case, samples, architectural drawings, models, etc. will be the exhibited materials).




Michael Endo                                                                                                                        

Artist, curator, and educator; Co-Director of High Desert Observatory; Curatorial Consultant at Bullseye Projects.

Helen Lee                                                                                                                                

Artist, designer, and educator; Head of Glass at University of Wisconsin-Madison; Founder of Glass Education Exchange (GEEX).

Namita Gupta Wiggers

Artist, curator, educator, and writer; Founding Director of the MA in Critical Craft Studies at Warren Wilson College, North Carolina; Director and Co-Founder of Critical Craft Forum.


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