Art Kits Delivered to DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan | Community Partnership Connection

Prior to the pandemic, as part of the DIA’s Healing Arts Program, the museum’s studio assistants visited DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan weekly. Now, the DIA’s studio staff has found a way to provide art enrichment to patients during the pandemic by creating drop-off art kits for patients and their families. Read now >
Wimee's Words: Marsden Hartley's Log Jam, Penobscot Bay | Art Access

The Detroit Institute of Arts is proud to present special editions of Wimage LLC.’s engaging and live online show for kids – Wimee's Words. This special episode will explore the influence of American modernist painter and poet Marsden Hartley.   Learn more >
Photovoice Project | School Field Trip from Home

In the final week of the Russ Marshall exhibition, we are revisiting the special photography education resource created for the show. Using an examination of 50 years of photographs by Russ Marshall as inspiration, students can create their own Photovoice Project with the intention of capturing a slice of their own lives. Learn more >
Preview and Discussion: America You Kill Me

On June 28, the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion, the DFT will present a preview and discussion of the new feature documentary about Jeffrey Montgomery, a Detroit native and LGBTQ advocate.  Learn more >
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 are two films. Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation compares the trajectories of two brilliant, tormented mid-century Southerners, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams. Also available is the newly restored Distant Journey, one of the first films to confront the horrors of the Holocaust. DFT Films>
TATM: A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China (film) | For Seniors

In this week’s virtual Thursdays at the Museum program, enjoy the film, A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China. Directors Phillip Haas and David Hockney take you on a magical journey through China via a marvelous 72-foot-long 17th-century Chinese scroll. Learn more >
Artistic Tees | Shop DIA!

Welcome the warm weather with a cool new shirt from the Detroit Institute of Arts Shop. See the entire assortment online or in-store, including several styles that are now on sale! Shop now >
Support the DIA during Amazon Prime Day

On Amazon Prime Day, which is happening today and tomorrow, choose the Detroit Institute of Arts! When you shop through AmazonSmile, a percentage of proceeds are donated to the DIA. Click to set the Detroit Institute of Arts as your charity of choice and each qualified purchase you make will support your museum.  Learn more >
In accordance with state guidelines, visitors are will no longer be required to wear masks, effective Wednesday, June 23. Unvaccinated guests are encouraged to wear a mask during their visit. 

Final Week! 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
Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City from 1950–2020
on view through January 9, 2022
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. 
ADMISSION
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.
MUSEUM HOURS
Wednesday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday & Tuesday: Closed

CONTACT
Box Office 313.833.4005
Museum Shop 313.833.7944
General 313.833.7900

QUICK LINKS
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. | "Log Jam, Penobscot Bay," 1940-1941, Marsden Hartley, Gift of Robert H. Tannahill.