Meet us at the Dotty Wotty House on Saturday, September 30th for Storytime at Heidelberg! We will be reading The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater and Magic Trash by J.H. Shapiro at 12:00 p.m. and again at 1:00 p.m.
Join us at our drop-in workshop after the readings, where we will be making junk art fridge magnets inspired by Tyree Guyton's art houses. Our drop-in workshop will begin after the first reading at 12:00 p.m. and continue until 2:00 p.m.
The Big Orange Splot and Magic Trash books are appropriate for early elementary youth and our drop-in workshop is appropriate for all ages.
This event is part of Thirty Months of Heidelberg, a series of celebratory experiences and events in conjunction to the 30-year anniversary of the Heidelberg Project. Thirty months of Heidelberg is supported in part by the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.
Join us on Saturday, August 26th, 2017 for Detroit LIVE at Heidelberg!
POWER Entertainment and The Heidelberg Project will be hosting a free block party, showcasing Detroit’s best musical talent alongside featured art, fashion, small business, entrepreneurs, community, special children’s activities and great local eats. All are welcome to attend!
Detroit LIVE is also celebrated as part of Thirty Months of Heidelberg – 30 consecutive months, beginning August 2015, celebrating the 30-year journey of the HP through a unique series of photo/video vignettes, educational announcements and articles, partnership events, exhibitions and community celebrations.
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Detroit LIVE, by POWER Entertainment is an event celebrating Detroit Music, Art, Fashion, Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Creatives and Community in the Metro Detroit Area. Our first stop will be at The Heidelberg Project. This year we collaborate with the Heidelberg Project and each year we will bring people together in a new neighborhood!
Produced by POWER Entertainment and The Heidelberg Project
POST-CARD series by R.J. + Rebecca opens to the public at the POST-HAB gallery inside the Number House on Thursday, June 22nd. Stop by to see this special exhibition during regular gift shop / gallery hours, Thursday - Sunday from 12 - 5 p.m. Images in part of this series are available for purchase to support our vision for Heidelberg 3.0.
POST-CARD series by R.J. + Rebecca combines reclaimed paper provided by the Heidelberg Project with letterpress elements from The Alternative Press studio, now housed at the University of Michigan Library. This project is supported by the Design Lab Residency, Shapiro Library, and the University of Michigan.
Letterpress elements and ink are from The Alternative Press letterpress studio and used with permission of the library and the press's co-founder, Ken Mikolowski. Tree images are drawn by Ann Mikolowski and Gel Pen art is by R.J. Miles. Most type was set and printed on a Chandler and Price platen press by Rebecca Chung, with some elements printed on a flatbed press by both Chung and Miles.
Dr. Chung is a book a literary historian now studying information science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her letterpress work is also included in the Shakespeare Library and Bodleian Library. In early childhood, Chung lived in the West Village, not far away from the Heidelberg Project site, and was captivated by the Project when she returned to the city in 2012.
Artist R.J. Miles works with pen and ink and reclaimed paper to provoke reflection on relationships among visual objects, their context, and self-representation. He is also a doctoral student in anthropology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His inspiration and work on the "postcard" comes from reflecting on his relationship with his grandfather after learning about Tyree's relationship with his grandfather.
POST-CARD series by R.J. + Rebecca is on view at the POST-HAB gallery through Saturday, July 15th. The POST-HAB gallery is open Thursday - Sunday from 12 - 5 p.m.
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Opening to the public on Friday, October 21st at the POST-HAB gallery inside the Number House (3632 Heidelberg), Heidelbergology: a 30-year photo retrospective takes us on a journey through time with a collection of photographs taken throughout the 30-year span of the Heidelberg Project.
Heidelbergology: a 30-year photo retrospective presents a study of the 30-year transformation of the Heidelberg Project while celebrating the life and works of Detroit artist Tyree Guyton. The exhibition unveils a collection of images (1986 - present) including more than 60 photos from the archives -- many of which have never been released to the public.
The 30-year photo retrospective will feature images of a young Tyree Guyton and his grandfather Sam Mackey during the beginning stages of the Heidelberg Project, as well as iconic Heidelberg Project installations (both past and present) including works that were destroyed by recent fires and the 1991 and 1999 demolitions led by the city of Detroit.
Heidelbergology: a 30-year photo retrospective debuts with an open house mixer on Friday, October 21st at the POST-HAB gallery inside the Number House (3632 Heidelberg) from 5:30 -8:30 PM. Heidelbergology, a 30-year photo retrospective is on view through Saturday May 13th, 2017. The POST-HAB gallery on Heidelberg street is open Thursday through Sunday from 12 – 5 p.m.
Heidelbergology is curated by HP Programming Manager Margaret Grace. This exhibition is part of Thirty Months of Heidelberg, a series of celebratory experiences and events in conjunction to the 30-year anniversary of the Heidelberg Project. Thirty months of Heidelberg is supported in part by the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.