“In the Catholic Tradition, the arts have always been closely tied to worship and the experience of the sacred; art has always been central to the University’s commitment to learning, teaching, and serving, and it is of crucial importance to our continued growth as a community of learning.

With the opening of the Marie P. DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts in 2004, Notre Dame entered its “Decade of the Arts”–a celebration of our arts legacy and fulfillment of our future.”

-Rev John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., President, University of Notre Dame

While 2004-2014 proves to be a fruitful decade of the arts at Notre Dame, we also celebrate over a century of student artists that came before and the decades to come that make up the arts legacy under the dome.


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