Detroit Institute of Arts
Detroit, with its rich history and famous architecture, is certainly a city that offers variety with day trips for the budget-conscious traveler.
A tri-county millage to help fund the Detroit Zoo and the DIA will now have all of its revenue earmarked for those two institutions.
Started back in 1993, Concert of Colors was a modest, single day event with the simple goal of bringing the diversity of metro-Detroiters together through music from around the world. Today, it has become a part of the summertime traditions here in Detroit, with 2013 marking its 21st year. This year the concert series with travel to multiple venues in Midtown Detroit over 4 days, still with the same goal of celebrating the wealth of global diversity that fills metro-Detroit through music.
Actor Danny Glover will be the honored guest at the Detroit Institute of Arts’ 48th annual celebration which marks the celebration of FAAAA’s 50th anniversary year.
Michigan’s attorney general says the collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts can’t be sold to pay off any of the city’s debt during a municipal bankruptcy.
The city-owned Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Detroit Zoo are among the institutions that could be affected.
A top state lawmaker has sponsored a bill that would prevent the sale of the Detroit Institute of Art’s collection if the city goes into bankruptcy.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he hopes Detroit’s financial crisis doesn’t force EM Kevyn Orr to sell off items from the collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts.
When Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr says everything’s on the table to dig the city out of debt, he’s not kidding.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is hosting a preview screening for Monsters University.