Opens September 19

Works on Paper by Degas, Renoir, and Friends

Many of the most popular impressionist-era artists are featured in this upcoming exhibition at the DIA. 

Ordinary
People by Extraordinary Artists

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Through October

Inside|Out

Inside|Out brings high-quality reproductions of masterpieces from the DIA's collection to outdoor venues throughout metro Detrtoit. 

Inside|Out

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Friday Night Live! 

The DIA is open late every Friday night with free live music. Click below to see a schedule of upcoming concerts.

Friday Night Live!

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Staff Picks

John Singer Sargent: Mosquito Nets

John Singer Sargent

Mosquito Nets, 1908

“Sargent's portraits are often very formal. This painting is almost sketch-like. It has lots of movement. It's like a snapshot of a moment. ”

Kathryn Flood, Volunteer

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