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The exhibition will be on display from Sept. 9 to Oct. 9 for anyone interested to explore.

On-campus art gallery hosts rare DIA prints

Robert Andrews, Staff Reporter September 13, 2016

The Oakland University Art Gallery welcomed a new exhibition featuring prints by Gerald Brockhurst and the Work Projects Administration on Friday, Sept. 9. Work Projects Administration (WPA) prints...

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A day in Detroit: How to hang out in the Motor City for cheap

Rachel Williams, Life Editor August 17, 2016

Detroit may hustle harder, but you don’t have to using these tips and guidelines for spending a day in the city on a budget. First of all, plan out where you’ll park in the city beforehand. Parking...

Special dance events running May 8 at DIA

Dance your way into the Detroit Institute of Arts this Sunday, May 8 for a fun-filled adventure into the world of American dance art from the years of 1830 to 1960. The event will feature several activities...

Once inside, high-arched, ornate ceilings and chandeliers setting the backdrop, guests were able to buy food and drinks before viewing the 2015 Oscar-nominated short films.

A red carpet affair in a blue-collar city

By LeeAnn Brown March 3, 2015

Hollywood glitz and glamour traveled over 2,000 miles to the Detroit Institute of Arts last Thursday, bringing Detroiters a taste of red carpet life at the Oscars.“Hollywood in Detroit,” a black-tie...

Paintingfound in Meadow Brook Hall restored by DIA

Paintingfound in Meadow Brook Hall restored by DIA

By LeeAnn Brown November 19, 2013

A 340 year-old painting, recently discovered hanging in Meadow Brook Hall, is nearing the final stages of restoration at the Detroit Institute of Arts.Dr. Salvador Salort-Pons, head of the European Art...

Meadow Brook Hall loans rare artwork to Detroit Institute of Arts

Meadow Brook Hall loans rare artwork to Detroit Institute of Arts

By LeeAnn Brown November 4, 2013

Meadow Brook Hall recently loaned a rare art piece to the Detroit Institute of Arts, getting the painting back into the public art world for the first time in 70 years.The DIA has been called the "cultural...

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