Talk: The Arts of Detroit
Historian Tim Kiska talks about the development of the Detroit Institute of Arts and The Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the 1920s. The DIA was built during this decade, and the DSO went from a minor orchestra to one that wowed the New York Times at a Carnegie Hall concert by the end of the decade.
Admission is $10 members and $12 for the general public. Members, log in first to receive your discount.
Space is limited for this event, and masks are required inside all Ford House buildings.