Wednesday, February 15, 2006


As part of an ongoing commitment to promote challenging, innovative practices in the visual arts, the Michigan Institute for the Arts (MIA) is seeking artwork for its inaugural exhibition at its permanent site. The museum is asking artists to submit two examples of their work by March 4.


The Michigan Institute for the Arts (MIA) announces its opening of an independent gallery annex in Pontiac: with the intention of opening a more commercial venue for the regional arts. This space will be set up using the model of nominal entry fees ($5) for artists to have their work judged for an open exhibition. Important members of the art community, within the region and beyond, will be invited to jury each show. The selected work will then be exhibited for sale.

Contact Jef at MONA for details.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

please contact John Cynar for more info at:

john is the director.

for the site, go to mia:

11:30 PM  
Blogger art blogs are fun said...

sorry john - I didn't put your email down b/c I didn't know if you wanted to be contacted directly.

where in the mona building will mia be?

9:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

MIA is located at street level, with a street door to Saginaw.

You can also enter through the main building - blue note cafe way.

It takes up the old Splash gallery and Uzelac gallery spaces. So some room to exhibit.

Physically drop your work off at MIA, 7 N. Saginaw in Pontiac. Up to 2 pieces. Deadline for drop off is March 4.

Drop off: 12-6pm - Thursday through Saturday, February 16 - March 4

Drop off deadline: March 4 (12-6pm)
$5 entry fee


10:20 AM  
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