The DIA is working with the communities to plan educational opportunities and other fun activities, such as bicycle and walking tours. Residents of participating communities will enjoy a designated weekend to visit the museum for free and see "their" works of art. Visitors will receive a 10 percent discount in Café DIA and the museum shop, $1 off Detroit Film Theatre (DFT) tickets and free admission to showings of the DFT 101 film
Utica's weekend is June 1 & 2.
The City of Utica is pleased to announce that the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) will be bringing reproductions of its most famous masterpieces from its collection to the Utica area, pleasantly surprising and delighting residents from April through June, 2013. Sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 2013 is the fourth year of the DIA's installation of their popular project, Inside|Out, where they bring framed reproductions to the main streets and landmark outdoor spaces in Southeast Michigan.
Visit our website at www.dia.org/insideout for further information and a complete listing of programs celebrating participation in the DIA Inside|Out program
Frederick Edwin Church (American, 1826-1900)
Founders Society Purchase, Robert H. Tannahill Foundation Fund, Gibbs-Williams Fund, Dexter M. Ferry Jr. Fund, Merrill Fund, Beatrice W. Rogers Fund, and Richard A. Manoogian Fund
On display at the Library from April - June, 2013
Utica, Michigan is located in western central Macomb County; 12 miles
north of Detroit, and 11 miles east of Pontiac. The City occupies an
area of approximately 1.9 square miles and has a current
population of 4577 according to the 2000 census.
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the City of Utica. Utica is an example of small town life with all the amenities of the larger communities in the Detroit metro area. Our schools, both parochial and public, are some of the best in the State. Churches abound, as do pleasant walking paths, parks, unique historic homes and specialty shops. Whether it is regional shopping venues or friendly "Mom and Pop" enterprises, Utica has something for everyone.
Founded over 185 years ago on the the banks of the Clinton River at the intersection of two ancient Indian paths, Utica has kept pace with the needs of modern times. With well equipped an highly trained Police and Fire Departments, and an excellent Department of Public Works, Utica is recognized as a full service City with all the resources needed for residents and businesses alike. The leadership of the City of Utica prizes its high quality of life and strives to always improve its provision of services.
Newcomers will soon find what everyone who lives in Utica has long known - this is an outstanding community in which to live and work. It is without a doubt one of the premier locations to raise a family. From the "Pioneer City"to a modern, progressive and well kept small town, the City of Utica offers a great opportunity for businesses and families to take root. Welcome!
Jacqueline K. Noonan
Mayor of Utica
The Utica Public Library can also be found in downtown Utica.
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