Exploring European works of art from the Middle Ages through the mid-20th Century
For more information contact Celeste Goedert at (313) 833-1720 or CGoedert@dia.org.
Study sessions conducted by scholars, dealers, curators, and collectors, offer opportunities to explore such issues as design process, manufacture, conservation, and the market for sculpture and the decorative arts.
Public lectures by prominent scholars, dealers, and collectors that compliment connoisseurship seminars.
Trips and Tours
Exclusive tours of public and rarely seen private collections, whether locally, in other American cities, or abroad.
Members-Only Museum Previews and Tours
Private previews of special exhibitions, escorted by exhibition organizers and curators, and "behind-the-scenes" tours.
|Membership Level||Annual Dues|
|Supporting - Individual||$50|
|Supporting - Dual||$100|
|Governing - Individual||$500|
|Governing - Dual||$1,000|
|Sustaining - Individual||$1,000|
|Sustaining - Dual||$2,000|
In order to be eligible for membership in VCESDA, you must be a member of The Detroit Institute of Arts.
- Charles Dunlap, Chair
- Michele Rambour Glenn, Secretary
- Mary Massaron, Assistant Secretary
- Linda S. Popoff, Membership Chair
- George Nyman, Treasurer
- Diana S. Golden, Education Chair
- Joanne Brodie
- Maureen D'Avanzo
- Elizabeth A. DuMouchelle
- Jo-Elyn Nyman
- Christine Provost
- Fair Radom
- Lila Silverman
- Alan Darr, Senior Curator
- Celeste Goedert, Administrative Assistant
- Kimberly Barrow, Associate Director of Membership