Detroit Institute of Arts
Detroit’s famous fist is getting a bit of a facelift.
The Detroit Institute of Arts has launched an Instagram scavenger hunt of locations Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo visited around metro Detroit in the early 1930s.
Opening night for the film, based on poems by Lebanese poet Khalil Gibran, is Friday on the lawn of the Detroit Institute of Arts — and it’s free.
The 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.
Memorial day is a beautiful time to relax with family and friends for a short getaway in Michigan.
Director Graham Beal said he considered selling the painting after Detroit’s December exit from bankruptcy.
Detroit has some of the country’s best museums, with plenty of family-friendly exhibits to boot!
Celebrate Mother’s Day by walking around the formal gardens forever, or the fantastic brunch overlooking the Detroit River. Give mom a day she’ll always cherish, an experience that will last a lifetime, and bring a smile to her face each time she thinks of her special day.
Beginning next week, Midtown Detroit and beyond will come alive as the canvas for Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience, a free celebration of Detroit’s thriving arts scene.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is offering a bilingual exhibit for the first time with the “Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Detroit.”