An Urban Center in Detroit for Spiritual Renewal and Social Justice

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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Detroit
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December 4, 2016
The Heidelberg Project
Tyree Guyton


Artist Tyree Guyton will speak about the Heidelberg Project, an outdoor community art environment and the brainchild of Mr. Guyton, a native Detroit artist. 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. The elements of the canvas contain recycled materials and found objects, most of which were salvaged from the streets of Detroit. Each work of art is carefully devised to tell a story about current issues plaguing society. As a whole, the Heidelberg Project is symbolic of how many communities in Detroit have become discarded.

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