Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park
The Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park features works of art in a natural environment on the south end of campus. It is part of a developing arts district in this area of campus, with the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and the new Walsh Family Hall of Architecture.
This exhibition space in downtown South Bend enables engagement with community organizations and the general public.
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
A superb rendering of Notre Dame's traditional collegiate gothic architecture conceived on a massive, 150,000-square-foot scale, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is situated on the southern edge of campus, the center features five main venues:
- Browning Cinema
- Chris and Anne Reyes Organ and Choral Hall
- Judd and Mary Lou Leighton Concert Hall
- Patricia George Decio Theatre
- Regis Philbin Studio Theatre
Special Collections regularly exhibits thematic materials from its holdings in the Special Collections Exhibit Room, 102 Hesburgh Library, and on its website.
Snite Museum of Art
Recognized among the nation's premier university art museums with a collection of more than 29,000 works, the Snite Museum regularly hosts world-class exhibits and provides a venue for student creations through the annual M.F.A. candidates thesis exhibition.
Walsh Family Hall of Architecture
Designed for architects and future architects, the building symbolizes the mission of the Notre Dame School of Architecture to educate architects and urbanists who design and build—not just for today’s needs, but also for the benefit of future generations.
Historic Washington Hall continues a proud tradition of providing the University of Notre Dame with countless hours of entertainment and intellectual stimulation.