TEMPOart has received some amazing progress photos from artist Judith Hoffman for the sculpture to be installed later this month in Lincoln Park—at the corner of Congress & Franklin Streets. Mark your calendars to attend the unveiling on Friday, June 3rd—and celebrate First Friday with us.
Ziggy Drozdowski is a designer and engineer who recently moved to Portland from the NYC area. With over ten years of experience working in custom mechanical sculpture and adaptive architectural systems, he has recently co-founded the company Common Kinetics, which is dedicated to providing design, engineering and fabrication expertise to large scale sculptural installations. He was initially contacted by TEMPOart at Judith Hoffman’s request for local engineering support and has been working with her, the sculpture fabricator in Detroit, The City of Portland and TEMPOart to ensure that the collective vision for The American Dream is realized. Get more info about Ziggy and his company.
Tuesday, April 26th, was the TEMPOart Community Launch of our inaugural project “The American Dream” by artist Judith Hoffman.
We heard about the importance of public art to communities and their economies, TEMPOart’s goal to bring more beauty to areas of Portland “in transition” and to help raise public awareness and conversation about how change affects our community.
Judith’s sculpture will be installed in late May in Lincoln Park at the corner of Congress and Franklin Streets! Official unveiling will take place on June 3rd, “First Friday,” beginning at 5:00 pm with a celebration to follow. Mark your calendar to join us for this very special occasion.