The Heidelberg Project is an outdoor art environment in the heart of an urban area and a Detroit based community organization with a mission to improve the lives of people and neighborhoods through art.
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The Heidelberg Project (“HP”) is an outdoor art environment...
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The Heidelberg Project is an outdoor art project in the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood on Detroit's east side, just north of the city's historically African-American Black Bottom area. It was created in 1986 by the artist Tyree Guyton , who was assisted by his wife, Karen, and grandfather Sam Mackey ("Grandpa Sam"). 
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- 3680 Heidelberg St, 48207-2436, Michigan
Established in 1986. The HP is the brainchild of native Detroit artist, Tyree Guyton. It began in 1986 and was originally designed as a creative response to ongoing blight and decay in the neighborhood in which he grew up. Guyton was…
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The Heidelberg Project is an outdoor art environment that was developed by artist Tyree Guyton on Heidelberg Street, on Detroit’s east side. Guyton started the project as a response to the deterioration of his own neighborhood, as well as many other Detroit neighborhoods after many years of decline.
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The Heidelberg Project. Detroit, Michigan. Art made of junk -- the soul of The Heidelberg Project -- is nothing new. What makes Heidelberg different is its location: a blighted residential neighborhood in a battered American city. Once it was a suburb, then it was hell, now it's art.
- 3600 Heidelberg St., Detroit, MI