touring art

One very effective way to share the collection of the Flint Institute of Arts while increasing the institution's visibility is to lend individual works of art or entire exhibitions to outside venues.

Since February 2004, the FIA's art has been displayed at Northwestern University's Block Museum of Art in Illinois, Michigan State University's Kresge Museum of Art in East Lansing, the Sloan Museum and The Whiting in the Flint Cultural Center, the Governor's Executive Offices in Lansing, the Marshall Fredericks Museum in Saginaw, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, and the Boca Raton Museum in Florida. In addition, FIA works will be included in important exhibitions in Mexico, England, Switzerland, and even Japan.

on loan From the FIA
James Perry Walker: The Preacher and His Congregation
11.10.16 – 3.12.17

Muskegon Museum of Art
Muskegon, Michigan
55 gelatin silver prints

James Perry Walker, Deacon “Coot” Stewart, Mt. Gilliam Church (Byhalia, MS), 1978
Leon Kroll: The Terminal Yard & Artists of the Armory Show

Mississip2.27.16 – 9.4.16pi Museum of Art
Jackson, Mississippi

Leon Kroll, Terminal Yards, 1913
Mary Cassatt Retrospective
6.25.16 – 9.11.16

Yokohama Museum of Art
Yokohama, Japan

Mary Cassatt, Lydia at a Tapestry Frame, ca. 1881
The Inlander Collection: From Chicago to Detroit
7.1.16 – 9.18.16

Krasl Art Center
St. Joseph, Michigan

Zoltan Sepeshy, Woodward Avenue No. II, 1931
Pierre Bonnard
10.6.16 – 1.15.17

Musee national des beaux-arts Québec
Québec City, Québec, Canada

Pierre Bonnard, La Lampe, ca. 1899
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