Find It... Every Dream: APAHM Closing Performance | Art Access Online

Regional arts and cultural organizations tell their stories through music and dance in the closing performance of the DIA’s 2021 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) celebrations. Learn more >
Final Week! DPSCD Exhibition 2021 | Community Partnership

This is the final week of the DIA’s 84th Annual Detroit Public Schools Community District Student Exhibition. Online for the second year in a row, it showcases hundreds of imaginative works created by DPSCD students and selected by a jury of DPSCD art educators and DIA staff. See the exhibition >
安 Ān - an Artstronomic Program of Contemporary Dance and Cooking

Isaac Lim, Malaysian dancer, chef, and traveler, shares his two loves - food and dance - and the peace he finds in his current home, Taipei City. Isaac has worked professionally as a dancer and chef on four continents, striving to perfect his palette and performance on both the plate and stage. Learn more >
Art-Making: Bojagi | School Field Trip from Home

This week’s art-making project celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Generations of Korean artists have made patchwork cloths called bojagi. Contemporary artists are reengaging with this tradition, and in this week’s art-making project you will be able to create your own version. Learn more >
ArtLabJ's East Meets West: Korean Tea Ceremony

Join a conversation comparing tea culture and practices found in China, Japan and Korea, moderated by Katharine P. Burnett, Global Tea Initiative’s founding director and an associate professor of Art History at the University of California Davis. The conversation will explore traditional practices as well as the influence of tea culture on modern daily life and art. Learn more >
The Story of a Three Day Pass | DFT @ Home

DFT @ Home is a virtual screening room that presents Detroit Film Theatre selections at your convenience and helps benefit the DFT. New this week, The Story of a Three Day Pass. Unable to break into a segregated Hollywood, Melvin Van Peebles went to France, taught himself the language, and wrote several novels in French, one of which would be the basis for his stylistically innovative, 1968 feature debut. Learn more >
Women in History Educator Workshop

Join us for this Women in History Educator Workshop developed in collaboration with the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Participants will hear about the integral role of African American women in the women’s suffrage movement, as highlighted in the Wright’s current exhibition, Voting MattersLearn more >
TATM: Mr. B's Blues and Boogie | For Seniors

On this week’s virtual Thursdays at the Museum, enjoy an afternoon of music broadcast from the Crystal Gallery. The performance features Mr. B, originator of the annual Blues and Boogie Piano Celebration in Ann Arbor. Learn more >
The DIA is continuing to require team members and visitors to wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow all other established COVID-19 protocols regardless of vaccine status. 
84th Annual Detroit Public School Community District Exhibition
on view through May 30, 2021
Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City from 1950–2020
on view through June 27, 2021
Russ Marshall: Detroit Photographs, 19582008
on view through June 27, 2021
Robert Blackburn & Modern American Printmaking
on view through September 5, 2021
Experience & Expression
on view through October 3, 2021
Member Mornings
Wednesday mornings (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) at the museum are now Member Mornings. DIA members will have the museum to themselves, including access to special exhibitions. Capacity limits and COVID protocols are in place to ensure safety. 
Welcome Back!
The DIA is open Wednesday-Sunday; advance timed reservations are required for everyone, including members and residents of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties. Click to learn how to make your visit safe and convenient. 
Adults $14 | Seniors $9 | Ages 6-17 $6
College students $8 | Free for 5 and under

The DIA is always free for all residents of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties as well as DIA members.
Wednesday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday & Tuesday: Closed

Box Office 313.833.4005
Museum Shop 313.833.7944
General 313.833.7900

Images: Robert Blackburn (American, 1920–2003). Refugees (aka People in a Boat), 1938. Lithograph; 11 1/8 x 15 ¾ in. Edition 4. Collection of NCCU Art Museum, North Carolina Central University, Gift of Christopher Maxey. | Chrysler Corporation. Plymouth Barracuda, 1970. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. | "First Annual Detroit Blues Festival, Detroit," 1977, Russ Marshall, American; dye-based inkjet print. | "River Crossing," 2011, Rashid Johnson, American; mirrored tile, black soap, wax. Detroit Institute of Arts.