Art á la Carte
Art à la Carte is a series of informative programs focusing on the arts. It is offered free of charge on Wednesdays at 12:15p. Participants are encouraged to bring lunch or pick up something from The Palette. Coffee, tea, and cookies are provided. All programs are held in the FIA's Isabel Hall.

Art of the Heist: The Lady in Gold • December 7
Gustav Klimt composed more than 200 sketches of Adele Bloch-Bauer before rendering the Austrian socialite on canvas in luminous gold hues. It took the Nazis only one night to confiscate her portrait and set off a battle for possession of the canvas that lasted more than six decades. 60 min.

Art of the Heist: Pharaoh’s Head • December 14
An ex-soldier employs an ingenious method of smuggling ancient Egyptian artifacts through customs for a big payday in England. But the discovery in his house of several artifacts—including the sculpture of Amenhotep’s head—leads to a harsh crackdown from authorities bent on enforcing international law. 60 min.

Art of the Heist: The Thieving Don Juan • December 21
The disappearance of a priceless Renaissance sculpture from the Museum of Art History in Vienna leaves authorities baffled. Why didn’t guards answer the alarm? Did a Balkan warlord order the heist? The answers may lie with a handsome security guard who has a way with women­—and ample skill with alarm systems. 60 min.

Now available in Isabel Hall,
Art à la Carte $5 lunch special
(vegetarian option available).

Art á la Carte donation
Jim Chintyan presents a check in support of Art à la Carte for July and August, 2015 to John Henry, FIA Director and Kathryn Sharbaugh, Assistant Director of Development. This popular program runs year-round. Thanks to Mr. Chintyan, it's free to the public beginning at 12:15p each Wednesday during the summer.

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Flint Institute of Arts
1120 East Kearsley Street
Flint, Michigan 48503
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Monday – Friday
12:00p – 5:00p
10:00a – 5:00p
1:00p – 5:00p

Huntington Free Saturdays
American Alliance of Museums MemberCharles Stewart Mott FoundationMichigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairsnational endowment for the arts