Detroit museum offers chance for free admission

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

The Detroit Institute of Arts is offering free admission on certain days to residents of communities participating in its "InsideOut Project."

The project includes putting up reproductions of some of the museum's significant paintings on the streets of Michigan.

Installations are planned in different areas through August, from September through November, from April to June 2012 and from July
to September 2012.

Residents who provide a driver's license or state ID on the date designated for their community will receive four free general admissions.

Sunday, July 10th, is the day for Howell and Brooklyn residents.
Others this month include July 17 for Livonia residents, July 24 for
Manchester and Milan, and July 31 for New Baltimore and Romeo.

Free admission for other participating communities is planned later.

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