The Heidelberg Project Comes to a Close After 20 Years

. October 1, 2016.
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Artist Tyree Guyton has been creating open air installations on Heidelberg Street in Detroit for 30 years. The Heidelberg Project, an artistic response to blight in his neighborhood, Guyton has amassed colorful collections and repainted homes. Guyton says it is time to evolve and over the next year many installations of the Heidelberg Project will be dismantled to make room for version 3.0. Make the trip for the first time or the last time.

3600 Heidelberg St. | Detroit
313-97-6894 | heidelberg.org

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