Arts On-Campus

  • The Snite Museum of Art on the Notre Dame campus is a 68,000-square-foot facility housing more than 21,000 objects from many cultures and time periods. The museum has an active exhibitions program, installing more than 15 exhibitions each year. Students find this a valuable resource in the research and viewing of art objects.
  • The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is an inclusive, second-city destination for the region’s premier Visiting Artist Series—art with a point of view—informed by reflection on our Catholic character and inspired by the academy’s pursuit of knowledge.
  • The Browning Cinema is a state-of-the-art cinematheque housed within DPAC, presenting a unique program of international, independent and documentary film accompanied by a series of guest speakers and filmmakers.
  • The A|AH|D Department Gallery(second floor of Riley Hall) features shows of students and faculty as well as shows of artists from the community and elsewhere.
  • Cregg Commons at West Lake Hall features a mix of design and studio work from current Graduates and Undergraduates.
  • The Photography Gallery at Riley Hall (Notre Dame) each year features eight to ten exhibitions of nationally known artists’ work. These artists are also invited to speak at the university and attend the opening of their shows, enriching the experience of the students.