A Jackson 5 exhibit has opened at the Motown Historical Museum in Detroit, marking the one-year anniversary this week of Michael Jackson's death.
Starting Tuesday, the public is able to view photographs, awards and uniforms the group wore throughout its career.
Museum chief curator Lina Stephens says the exhibit celebrates the life of Jackson and acknowledges the Jackson 5's "contribution to the Motown story." It will be open through October.
No official program is set up for the anniversary of Jackson's death Friday, but Stephens says the public is welcome to come pay their respects. A Jackson impersonator will be outside the museum from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.