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    Detroit Institute of Arts Drop in Workshops - October
    The Detroit Institute of Arts October schedule for Drop in Workships is:Fridays Craft - Miniature Paper Masks:- October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31- 6pm to 9pmSaturdays Craft - Sistrums:- October 4, 11, 18, 25- 12pm - 4pmSundays Craft - Sugar Skulls:-...
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    Detroit Institute of Arts Drop in Workshops - September
    The Detroit Institute of Arts recognizes that many people want to get more involved in the creative arts scene of Metro Detroit. With crazes like BYOB painting classes and crafting parties sweeping the area, the DIA has some fun and free classes...
  • DIA Inside|Out
    DIA Inside|Out in Saint Clair Shores - Summer/Fall 2014
    This year, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is entering its fifth year of the Inside|Out Program. In the past four years, over seven hundred reproductions have been set up in nearly one hundred cities. This years exciting late summer/early fall...
  • Bruce Weber
    Detroit photography Exhibit at the DIA
    The Detroit Institute of Arts and Conde Nast have joined together in the creation of “Detroit — Bruce Weber,” an exhibit showing nearly 80 photographs of various aspects of Detroit. These photos were taken by photographer and...
  • Japanese tea ceremony at DIA
    Japanese tea ceremony presented at DIA, a contrast from English afternoon tea
    This is not your English grandmother's afternoon tea.Last Sunday, the Japanese Women’s Club in association with the Japanese Consulate of Detroit demonstrated the rituals of the tea ceremony at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Unlike any...
  • Children of the World Dream Peace- Artist Leo Taguma
    Denver International Airport knows art?
    In November 2013Denver International Airportwas named "Best Airport for Art" by a USA Today10 Best Reader's Choice contest.DIA is a gallery in itself, with more than25 public art installationsand various exhibitions that are featured...
  • Inside Out
    The DIA brings Inside|Out back for a 4th year!
    Inside|Out is a program launched 4 years ago to try and connect with those people in the metro area who are not familiar with the Detroit Institute of Arts. High quality reproductions of famous masterpieces from within the DIA’s walls are...
  • Classic Paintings Come to Brighton
    Classic Paintings Come to Brighton
    The Detroit Institute of Arts will be installing reproductions of seven masterpieces in downtown Brighton this week. They will be installed on Friday, June 28, and will be on display for several months. The paintings will be a nice addition to...
  • The Detroit Institute of Arts
    DIA art sale? Michigan Senate votes no
    Detroit may be desperate and drowning in financial debt, and its residents want to help - but they're going to keep their art. And they can all thanks to a bill approved on June 11th by a vote of 24-13 that says Michigan art institutes must...
  • Houston developer to build an $824 million convention-hotel in Aurora, CO
    Houston developer to build an $824 million convention-hotel in Aurora, CO
    Aurora city officials are working hard to bring jobs into the city. A new 1,800-acre development project just south of the Denver International Airport (DIA) is expected to bring 1,200 construction jobs and 2,500 permanent jobs to Colorado....
  • Darra Goldstein to discuss Russian cuisine and tea at Dining with the Tsars at the DIA this weekend
    Darra Goldstein discusses Russian cuisine and tea at the DIA on Saturday
    Saturday, the Detroit Institue of Artswill host,"Dining withthe Tsars", alecture presented by Darra Goldstein whichcovers 200 years of Russian haute cuisine from its start in the 1700s to its demise in the early 1900s. Goldstein, a...
  • Agent Smith, the Matrix.
    DIA calls their spies 'agents'
    On December 3, 201, Congressman Dennis Kucinich was granted permission to address the U.S. House of Representatives for one minute.“Mr. Speaker, over 12 million Americans are unemployed while our infrastructure is falling apart. But at least...
  • Turkish Pianist Idil Ülgen plays Mozart and Chopin at the DIA
    Turkish Pianist Idil Ülgen plays Mozart and Chopin at the DIA
    As a fiercely nationalistic individual, Chopin composed seven Polonaises, that even now in the 21st Century reflect the patriotic essence of his country. And although a polonaise was originally a sober processional first dance performed at a...
  • Museum Daze
    Museums were meant for rainy days
    As Hurricane Sandy barrels up the Eastern Seaboard, blustery and rain-soaked days abound for many. And although we here in Metro Detroit escape the firsthand affects of the torrential storm, colder temps and wetness loom nearby. So that begs the...
  • Audit
    Most major intelligence agencies failed to achieve a clean audit last year
    The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) “received an unqualified audit opinion for three years straight”, according to a Senate Select Intelligence Committee report, dated July 2012.Meaning that in the opinion of the auditor’s...