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Detroit Institute of Art Inside Out program set for 2014

The Countess de Brac as Aurora by Jean Marc Nattier used in the 2012 DIA Inside out program in Mount Clemens.
copyright Laura Nixon

The Detroit Institute of Arts developed a program called Inside Out that brings masterpieces from the DIA’s collection to the streets of metro Detroit to engage residents in the appreciation of the artworks on display in the museum. This program is now in its fifth year.

Since the beginning of the program, the DIA has installed more than 700 reproductions in 98 communities. This year eight cities designated to host the reproductions will be first time participants with one repeat host. More than 80 reproductions will be in nine cities, some with multiple venues, from April to July, and then placed in nine other venues from August to October. Each community will have from five to 12 images clustered within walking or bike-riding distance.

For the 2014 Inside Out Spring season that runs through July, the cities participating are:

  • Auburn Hills
  • Center Line
  • Detroit (Cody Rouge)
  • Detroit (Focus HOPE)
  • Imlay City
  • Lapeer
  • Pontiac
  • Romulus
  • Southfield
  • Wolcott Mill Metropark (Ray Township)

Visit the Detroit Institute of Arts website for more information and a map of the art locations in the above cities.