Monday, April 7, 2014

Want to host a reproduction of a DIA painting?

Posted By on Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 11:46 AM

Image courtesy of Inside | Out's Facebook.

How would you like to host one of the DIA's paintings for a week? The Detroit Institute of Arts' Inside | Out program brings reproductions of some of the museum's paintings to various outdoor locations throughout Detroit and the suburbs — a nice reminder that there's a whole building filled with these things downtown. We've seen them on the Riverwalk, Royal Oak buildings, and even the Dequindre Cut, to name a few.

This season, the DIA is offering a pop-up version of the program, enabling hosts to showcase a painting for one to four weeks (as opposed to the program's usual 12). Into it? Submit an application here. More information is available on the Inside | Out program's Facebook page.

Image courtesy of Inside | Out's Facebook.

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