In the summer of 2016, the Imlay City Downtown Development Authority sponsored 'Downtown Art in Action'. Two local artists, Randy Hughes and Hunter Pope, produced 14 pieces of large public art pieces in a one months time.
The artwork is displayed throughout downtown on the outside of buildings with 2 pieces located within City Hall, 150 N. Main Street, and the Ruth Hughes Library, 211 North Almont Avenue.
The artwork is meant to be enjoyed by all adding color and conversation to our downtown.
The DDA would like to thank Frontier Communications, the Imlay City rotary Club and Lions Club, Ian Kempf, Lapeer County FFA, JER Equipment Rentals, Tom Germayne and North Goodland Baptist Church for their help to make this program successful.
Enjoy your walk through downtown while experiencing the artwork. For a description of each piece of art and a biography for the artists, please click here