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DIA Inside-Out Art Exhibit - Plymouth Rocks! - Plymouth Michigan - Presented by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Great things to do in Plymouth Michigan - President, G. Wesley Graff - plymouth

 

 
DIA Inside-Out Art Exhibit - Plymouth Rocks! - Plymouth Michigan - Presented by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Great things to do in Plymouth Michigan - President, G. Wesley Graff - PureMIchiganWithBoarder

DIA Inside-Out Art Exhibit

April 12-July 31
Where: Throughout the Plymouth Community

The Detroit Institute of Arts' popular program, Inside|Out, returns for its eighth year! Inside|Out brings high-quality reproductions of masterpieces from the museum's collection to outdoor venues throughout Metro Detroit.DIA Inside-Out Art Exhibit - Plymouth Rocks! - Plymouth Michigan - Presented by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Great things to do in Plymouth Michigan - President, G. Wesley Graff - Matisse

“Art has the powerful ability to unify, and Inside|Out allows us to bring people together outside of the museum walls,” said Salvador Salort-Pons, DIA director. “We see ourselves as more than a museum; we use art to encourage connections and improve understanding among our diverse communities.”

Over the past seven years, the museum has partnered with more than 100 communities and engaged tens of thousands of residents with art in places where they live, work and play. This year, the DIA will expand the number of installation sites from approximately 80 to 120 per three-month season - more than ever before!

PARC, Plymouth Community Arts Council, the Library, the Historical Museum, the Michigan Philharmonic, the Penn Theatre, and the Downtown Development Authority are planning fun and educational supporting events.