Heidelberg Project reaches fundraising goal of $50,000 following fires


The world-renowned Heidelberg Project, which has been the target of eight arsons in the past seven months, reached its fundraising goal of $50,000 at 3 p.m. today.

The online fundraiser, which doesn’t expire until Dec. 20, was established to hire security to protect the open-air exhibit from vandals.

The widely publicized fires have destroyed the House of Soul,” War House,” “Penny House,” “Obstruction of Justice House” and “Clock House.”

Guyton created the Heidelberg Project in 1986 after he lost three brothers to the streets. He wanted to brighten up the blight and call attention to the poverty and decay that still eat away at Detroit’s neighborhoods. Guyton slowly began decorating abandoned wood-frame houses with found objects and erected other installations in vacant lots.
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The project is now world-renowned and a popular tourist destination.
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Click here to see photos of the Heidelberg Project houses.

Steve Neavling

Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.

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