Through June 25

Thalassa

Thalassa, an installation by renowned New York street artist Swoon, is on view at the DIA through March 2017. Thalassa is free to view with museum admission. General museum admission is free for residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties!

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At the DFT April 20 & 28, May 26, June 01 and more!

1967 Detroit Home Movies

1967 Detroit Home Movies is a year-long project to uncover and exhibit home movies made around 1967 that depict everyday life in Detroit's diverse communities.

1967 Detroit Home Movies

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Spring 2017 season in your community!

Inside|Out

The DIA's popular program Inside|Out returns for its 8th year with artwork in Brighton, Clawson, Farmington, Franklin, Fraser, Lafayette Park, Mt. Clemens, Novi, Plymouth, Taylor and Wayne.

 

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Inside|Out

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Staff Picks

Benjamin West: Queen Philippa Interceding for the Lives of the Burghers of Calais

Benjamin West

Queen Philippa Interceding for the Lives of the Burghers of Calais, 1788

“I love the history depicted in this painting. The resolute faces of the burghers show such strength. West conveys so clearly the queen's compassion while pleading to the guards. I also love the richness of the queen's gown and the detailed armor on the guard. ”

Kathleen Mourad, Volunteer

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