Inside|Out brings reproductions of great treasures from the Detroit Institute of Arts into our community. Discover them all around town.

Kerrytown Market & Shops
407 N Fifth Ave
The Fruit Vendor
Il Pensionante del Saraceni

Zingerman’s Delicatessen
422 Detroit St
Madame Paul Poirson
John Singer Sargent

Sculpture Park Plaza
N Fourth Ave & Catherine St
Head of a Woman
Unknown (Egyptian)

Ann Arbor Fire Department
111 N Fifth Ave
Syria by the Sea
Frederic Edwin Church

Justice Center
301 E Huron St
The Window
Henri Matisse

226 S Main St
226 S Main St
Indian Summer
Jasper-Francis Cropsey

223 S Main St Alley
223 S Main St
Judith and Her Maidservant
with the Head of Holofernes
Artemisia Gentileschi

The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is collaborating with the City of Ann Arbor’s Public Art Commission and the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) to bring art to the community. As a participant in the DIA’s “Inside|Out” program, sponsored by the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum will host a docent from the University of Michigan School of Natural History who will lead tours of art installations in Ann Arbor from April 27 through mid-June.

Every Saturday and Sunday, walking art tours will depart the Museum every half hour beginning at noon, with the last tour leaving at 2:30pm. Each 30-minute tour will cover a different selection of artworks from the Inside|Out program, and will also highlight other examples of public art found along the route. Tours are free and open to the public and begin at the artwork displayed in front of the Museum.

Works included on the tour are from a range of artists. Frederic Church, Henri Matisse, Gerome Kamrowski and Artemisia Gentileschi are just a few of the artists featured on the Inside|Out tour.
for more information visit The Ann Arbor Hands On Museum site.