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Dylan by Duluth

A project in Duluth, MN by Tom Page

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Dylan by Duluth is a bronze sculpture tribute of music legend Bob Dylan for his birth city of Duluth, Minnesota.
Backers: 115
Average Pledge Per Backer: $134

Funded: $15,425 of $159,000
Dates: Jun 2nd -> Aug 1st (60 days)
Project By: Tom Page
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Latest News

Dylan Statue Fundraising Campaign Falls Short of Goal

August 2nd - via: wdio.com
A campaign to raise nearly $160,000 to pay for the creation of a bronze Bob Dylan sculpture has come to an end well short of meeting its goal. (Read More)

Dylan by Duluth update 3 (Twitter target: Andrew Zimmern

July 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all, Thanks again for your support! We are in talks with some big companies (Hohner harmonicas) to get some larger donations and continue to reach out to the major guitar manufacturers. At the suggestion of one of our backers, we have even... (Read More)

Dylan by Duluth update 2 (Twitter target: Senator Al Franken)

June 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello everyone,  Congratulations, Dylan by Duluth Creative Team, on the great work to get where we are now. We have 45 days to press ahead. As the saying goes: "the road goes on forever and the party never ends."   PROJECT STATUS   After the... (Read More)

Dylan by Duluth update 1 (Twitter target: Trampled by Turtles)

June 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Dylan by Duluth backers,  Thank you for joining the Dylan by Duluth Creative Team! Here are the exciting updates you receive as a backer:   PROJECT STATUS  During the first week of fundraising, we were able to generate $6,748.00 in pledged... (Read More)

Kickstarter Campaign to Build Bob Dylan Statue

June 7th - via: northlandsnewscenter.com
Duluth, MN - The Dylan by Duluth project goal is to raise enough money to build a bronze sculpture as a tribute to Dylan and his musical talents. (Read More)

Building Statues for Nikola Tesla and Bob Dylan: Two Kickstarter Campaigns

June 6th - via: openculture.com
In the matter of a month, a group called Northern Imagination raised $127,000 on Kickstarter, the amount needed to fund the building of a statue dedicated to the inventor Nikola Tesla in Silicon Valley. It’s a way of paying tribute to “the person who used his brilliance to advance society” by making “hundreds of significant and groundbreaking inventions in areas of wireless energy, wireless communication, magnetism, radio, x-rays, cosmic rays, radar, robotics, engine-powered aircraft and much more.” (Read More)

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