Taking It to the Streets

. July 23, 2013.
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Following its two month run in Ann Arbor, the project Inside/Out, arranged by the Detroit Institute of Art, is moving to Ypsilanti through August 2013. The DIA is placing framed reproductions of their most famous masterpieces from its collection along Ypsi’s main streets and public places. Ypsilanti is among 25 communities the DIA has selected to host outdoor art installations, taking art out of the museum and into the streets. Free to the public all day, in various locations. Visit the website for an interactive map of installations.

Detroit Institute of Art, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. 313-833-7900. www.dia.org/calendar/event—JT
 

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