Detroit Institute of Arts
There are many organizations in the Detroit area that are not only volunteer run, but are fun places to hang out and improve your quality of life in many ways. Here are five great places to volunteer this holiday season and beyond.
A former Detroit university professor is pledging $5 million, hoping it will spark a wildfire of private financial support to protect valuable art from being sold to pay creditors in the city’s bankruptcy.
New York auction house Christie’s estimates the fair market value of city-bought works at the Detroit Institute of Arts to be between roughly $450 million and $870 million.
“We show them all the progress that we have made and all the things that we are learning.”
A 17th-century painting was spotted in a dark corner at Oakland University’s Meadow Brook Hall.
Looking for something fun and free to do with your family this fall? Look no further.
From museums and walking along the river to finding some of the best food there is in the region, you will not be bored when all you have is one day in Detroit.
The plan would transfer ownership of the museum building and art from Detroit to the state or the private nonprofit organization that currently runs the museum.
The “Watch Me Move exhibit and film series takes visitors back to the early days of moving pictures in a glimpse into how the” industry began.
If you don’t want Detroit to sell the art — you’d better have a better idea,” Kevyn Orr told the Economic Club.