The Heidelberg Project (“HP”) is an outdoor art environment in the heart of a Detroit urban area. A community organization with a mission to improve the lives of people and neighborhoods through art.
Green Living Science (GLS) is an outgrowth of Recycle Here!, Detroit’s drop-off recycling center and the city’s neighborhood recycling program. We began working with the Detroit Public Schools in 2007, in partnership with their Office of Math and Science. Since then, we’ve reached more than 90,000 students.
Occupying almost an entire city block, the MBAD African Bead Museum houses 18 outdoor installations as well as the African Bead Gallery, N'kisi House and African Language Wall. Born of his own visual cosmology, Dabls' MBAD African Bead Museum is a quiet revolution that sparks a vital conversation with global and local audiences.
Helping young people aspire, believe, and contribute. Ultimately, helping them become world-class citizens. A world-class citizen is someone who actively engages with, learns from, and gives to, the community he/she is a part of. World-class citizens will actively participate in their society through high-level dedication to leadership, volunteerism, philanthropy, and civic engagement. They want the best for their community, and are willing to work hard, alongside others, as agents of change.