The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is home to a huge collection of artistic works that celebrate different cultures and worldwide human creativity, from ancient to modern times. In keeping with its overall theme of inclusivity, the DIA has announced a new private lounge for nursing mothers visiting the museum. “We want the DIA to be accessible for all visitors,” said Director Salvador Salort-Pons. “Nursing mothers will now have the option to feed their children in a comfortable, private setting. The visitor experience is very important to us, and we want to make sure everyone feels welcome.” The lockable lounge also features a changing table and charging station.