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.
While the discussion was under way, a long-time museum docent shared her thoughts on the possibility that DIA artwork could be sold-off.
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 has launched its first exhibition app, ‘Shirin Neshat at the DIA,’ in conjunction with its Shirin Neshat exhibition, currently on view through July 7.
Sheriff Benny Napoleon said some items found in a duffel bag could have been used to make a bomb.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by five Macomb County residents against the Detroit Institute of Arts over admission fees to a special exhibition.
Michigan lawmakers are getting involved in a dispute over whether communities can hold back millage money that voters approved for the Detroit Zoo and Detroit Institute of Arts.