The DIA has Catapulted some of it's most famous pieces to Downtown Pontiac
April 12, 2014
Downtown Pontiac has received thriteen incredible pieces installed throughout Downtown Pontiac and the neighboring community this year as part of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA)'s Inside|Out program.
In it's second year in Pontiac, there are thirteen famed reproductions installed on the sides of historic Downtown Pontiac buildings. Last year the program has seven installations, and due it's popular success the program has since grown. The reproductions stay mounted and on display free to the public through June.
Downtown Pontiac is pleased to have the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) reproductions of its most famous masterpieces from its collection to the City of Pontiac. The program pleasantly suprises and delights residents from April through June, 2014. Sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 2014 is the fifth year of the DIA’s installation of their popular project ,Inside|Out, where they bring framed reproductions to the mainstreets and landmark outdoor spaces in Southeast Michigan.
Be sure to follow the program and invite friends to walk the streets of Pontiac and enjoy the art.