The Detroit Institute of Arts announced the eight communities participating in the 2021 Partners in Public Art (PIPA) program. Through PIPA, the museum collaborates with different communities to create a lasting work of public art.
“We are excited to continue working with the local communities to help create these collaborative works of public art,” said the DIA’s Director of Studio Programs Charles Garling. “In 2021, we are expanding the number of projects and I look forward to working with our partners to create works of art that uniquely represent each community.”
In 2021, the museum will double the number of projects that have been created to date with two projects completed in each county by the end of the year. Each project is created in partnership with the community, the DIA, and an artist.
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