Detroit Institute of Arts
Toyota has pledged $1 million toward the Detroit Institute of Arts’ goal to raise $100 million to prevent the sale of art in Detroit’s bankruptcy and help city pensioners.
The pledges bring the Detroit Institute of Arts to almost 80 percent of its grand bargain goal.
A major announcement is expected in a deal that promises millions of dollars to support municipal retiree pensions while protecting city-owned artwork from possible sale as part of Detroit’s bankruptcy.
Those lazy days of summer are at hand but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to do with your time. All across the Detroit area, there are concerts, festivals and venues that are calling for visitors.
The report will likely play a major role in next month’s Detroit bankruptcy trial.
Some creditors want Detroit to sell the art to help settle the city’s debt.
There are countless cultural institutions in Detroit, making the hardest part narrowing down which museum would make the best place for the perfect date.
Supporters of the bill say that the DIA is getting enough money in the “Grand Bargain.”
Museum attorney Arthur O’Reilly said inspecting fragile art is risky.
The Detroit Tigers have invited a unique individual to do the honors on Tuesday: A samurai warrior.