All programs will be held in the Detroit Film Theatre Auditorium at a limited capacity.
The Detroit Institute of Arts has announced that in-person music and family programming will return to the museum on October 23. The return will be kicked off by a sold-out performance from Ballet Folklórico de Detroit, a community group dedicated to preserve Mexican culture and traditions through dance. The performance is part of the DIA’s commemoration of el Día de Muertos, or Day of Dead.
All events are free. Registration is required and available on each event page on the museum’s website. All events will be held in the Detroit Film Theatre Auditorium at this time.
All programming attendees will be required to show proof of full vaccination and masks are required for all attendees. Children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated may attend screenings with a fully vaccinated adult and must wear a mask. Capacity for programs will be limited to 30% to allow for audience distance. A full list of guidelines and precautions in available on the DIA website.