Your support is needed to secure the legacy of the Numbers House
What is Heidelberg 3.0?
From art installation to living community -- after 30 years, the McDougall Hunt neighborhood is transforming into a self-sustainable cultural village for residents and visitors alike. It will become a place to gather, express creativity, cultivate talent and embrace the culture of the neighborhood.
As the key installations continue their legacy in museums and galleries throughout the city and across the nation, Heidelberg will open its arms to new generations of artists who now call Detroit home.
For the past 30 years, the organization has faced much adversity, from theft and arson to demolition from city government, but has overcome and prospered thanks to generous supporters and the more than 270,000 people that visit the site each year. That support is more important than ever, as Guyton sets out on this new venture and works to ensure that The Heidelberg Project thrives for another 30 years.
Now we need YOUR help to renovate the Numbers House to kickstart the revival and re-energizing of our project and community. Visit heidelberg30.org to learn more and to show your support!
See Heidelbergology: a 30-year photo retrospective at the POST-HAB gallery
See Tyree Guyton's "Gold Street" at Murals in the Market
Take a stroll down Memory Lane of one of the most iconic streets in Detroit. Heidelbergology: a 30-year photo... https://t.co/6OjgU2igCu
The Heidelberg Project is kind of magical on a gray day, until we remember that there might be a huge puddle when... https://t.co/5WhQMNsnaO
Rainy days on Heidelberg are magic, until there's a puddle in Numbers House because the roof leaks. Help fix it https://t.co/v4aJvRvvtF
Working with Tyree these last few weeks on his vision for the plants (and the future) has really opened my eyes.... https://t.co/ra0MXJ1RO1