DIA to close, ‘The Thinker’ to move

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Unlike the ‘Body’ exhibit at the Detroit Science Center, the Ansel Adams exhibit at the DIA will end on May 27, and the museum will close its doors that evening for five months while the final leg of its expansion and restoration is completed.

‘The Thinker’ will be missing from its normal spot in front of the museum, too; on May 21, it heads to Frederic Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids so work can be done around the DIA’s Woodward Avenue entrance.

But, the staff at the DIA wouldn’t leave us with nothing to do this summer; they provide these fun summer activities to tide us over during the construction and renovations.

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