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DIA Announces New Director And CEO For MuseumArt is not only good for the soul says Salvador Salort-Pons -- it also brings them together.
Detroit Institute Of Arts Names Salort-Pons As Next DirectorHe succeeds Graham Beal who retired June 30.
Visitor's Guide To The Detroit Institute Of ArtsKnown around the world as one of the top museums and art institutes, it's time to make a visit to the DIA!
7 Influential Paintings To Be Removed From DIA, Sold As Part Of Taubman Art AuctionWorks loaned to the Detroit Institute of Arts by developer A. Alfred Taubman will be among pieces in his collection heading to auction.
Suspicious Package Shuts Down Activity Near Detroit Institute Of ArtsReports of a suspicious package has shut down activity in the area near the DIA.
With Departing Director In Line For $625,000, Objections Raised To DIA"Ask the donors to give you money to fund the DIA, I don't think they planned it for raises and bonuses, I think they thought you could go out and buy more exhibits and bring art home," Scott said.
DIA Says 'Thanks' To Michigan For Help During Detroit Bankruptcy With Special ProgramsThe museum is launching the programs "as a benefit to all of the Michigan taxpayers who helped safeguard the DIA's collection through state contributions to Detroit's pensioners."
Detroit's Iconic Joe Louis Fist Sculpture Getting MakeoverThe monument to the late heavyweight champion was commissioned with a $350,000 grant from Sports Illustrated magazine.
Joe Louis Fist Gets New Cables, A Good CleaningDetroit's famous fist is getting a bit of a facelift.
Discussion Planned In Detroit About Museums, Public TrustThe Detroit Institute of Arts is hosting a discussion about art museums and the public trust during the annual meeting of the Association of Art Museum Directors.
How The Motor City Influenced Rivera And KahloStarting in 1932 the artists spent time in the Motor City. The industrial subject matter became a theme of their work. It was also a turning point in Kahlo's career as she became more well-known. Megan DiRienzo, Interpretive Planner at the DIA, describes the importance of the exhibit focused on the artists.