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Wed April 23, 2014
Detroit watches as Delaware Art Museum sells pieces to repay debts
The reality of worried creditors eyeing the treasures at the DIA has the museum world watching very closely.
There are few people who want to see the museum's art leave Detroit.
But in the face of monstrous debt, should it be a case of "hands off the art"?
Recently, the Delaware Art Museum announced it had decided, "with heavy hearts, but clear minds" to sell up to four works from its collection to repay debt from an expansion and thus, keep its door open.
We wanted to get a museum expert's view in this debate, so we welcomed the director of the University of Michigan's Museum Studies Program, Ray Silverman.
Listen to the full interview.
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