BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) – The Detroit Institute of Arts is expanding its program to install reproductions of artworks outdoors to Bay City and Grand Haven.

The update to the “Inside/Out” effort is part of a pilot project to expand the displays beyond the Detroit area reports The Bay City Times.

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Museum spokeswoman Jillian Reese says the DIA “wanted to try out two cities we felt offered a unique landscape and a good variety of locations to install art.”

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Earlier this year, the museum announced plans to install more than 90 reproductions of artworks outdoors around the Detroit area this spring. The museum’s “Inside/Out” displays started in 2010 as part of a celebration of the DIA’s 125th anniversary.


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