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Taylor is one of one of just 11 sites located throughout the metropolitan Detroit area that will display large outdoor reproductions of famous artwork as part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside-Out Program this spring. The DIA installed more than 100 reproductions earlier this month, and they will remain on display through July. Community Development Manager Jeff Baum joined Mayor Rick Sollars, Karl Ziomek and host Dr. Paul Reeves to discuss the program this week.
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Displays sites will be located in Taylor’s “Cultural Corridor”: Heritage Park, Taylor Community Library, Rosecrans Picture Perfect Studio, Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and Wayne County Community College’s Downriver Campus. Taylor is part of the group that will display artwork from the program from through July 16. A different set of Detroit-area communities, including neighboring Allen Park, will display works from the program from August through the end of October.
DIA Inside-Out Program
@ Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Violinst and Young Woman, by Edgar Degas
Movement No. 27, by Kwesi Owusu-Anjomah
@ Coan Lake Bridge
Bank of Olse, by Vincent Van Gogh
Portrait of Mughal Prince, by Unknown Islamic Artist
@ Train Station
Flowers in a Glass Vase, by Rachel Ruysch
@ WCCCD Prechter Theater
Moonlit Landscape with a Windmill, by Aert Van Deer
@ Rosecrans Picture Perfect Studio
Sir William Brereton, by unknown English artist
@ Taylor Community Library
Ellen's Isle Loch Katrine, by Robert S. Duncanson
@ Taylor's Farmer's Market/Sheridan Pavilion
The Fruit Vendor, by Il Pensionante del Saraceni
The Communicant, by Gari Melchers