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Vision:

To provide distinctly premier educational opportunities and inspiration via the creation and appreciation of art, the study of cultures, and community engagement.

Crossroads Gallery

Inspire. Reflect. Enjoy.

Experience visual creativity and the aesthetics of innovative expression at the Crossroads Gallery.

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Segura Arts Studio

Produce. Represent. Influence. 

Fine arts professionals at Segura Arts Studio make an impact on the greater art world.

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Events

Friday, December 19, 2014

Indigenous Landscapes Call for Entry

Location: White Ripple Gallery & Co.

Call for Entries until January 19, 2015.

White Ripple Gallery & Co. is partnering with the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority (SSCVA) and The University of Notre Dame to celebrate the natural settings (landscapes) near and along the shores of Lake Michigan native to the states of Illinois, Indiana and Michigan that remain undisturbed since the times of the indigenous people of the area.  The exhibition, a White Ripple Gallery exhibit and an official exhibit for the University of Notre Dame’s Indigenous World program, will be on display from Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 through Thursday, March 19, 2015 inside the 6,500 square foot W.F. Wellman Exhibit Hall at the Indiana Welcome Center.  Indigenous World is a year-long celebration on a world-wide scale of indigenous people and their culture, native settings, artwork, literary works and more.

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Sunday, January 11, 2015

WINDOW ON THE WEST: VIEWS FROM THE AMERICAN FRONTIER October 18, 2014 – January 11, 2015

Location: South Bend Museum of Art

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"Window on the West, a collection of Arthur J. Phelan, is an extraordinary examination of Western American art. The exhibition features 64 paintings and drawings by artists who were some of the first non-indigenous people to cast an eye over the western frontier. Artists represented in this spectacular exhibition include some of the greatest, most prominent American landscape and genre painters of the 19th and early 20th centuries, including:  John James Audubon, Albert Bierstadt, Frederick Remington, John F. Kensett, and Peter Moran, among others." 

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Monday, January 19, 2015

Indigenous Landscapes Call for Entry

Location: White Ripple Gallery & Co.

Call for entries through January 19, 2015.

White Ripple Gallery & Co. is partnering with the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority (SSCVA) and The University of Notre Dame to celebrate the natural settings (landscapes) near and along the shores of Lake Michigan native to the states of Illinois, Indiana and Michigan that remain undisturbed since the times of the indigenous people of the area.  The exhibition, a White Ripple Gallery exhibit and an official exhibit for the University of Notre Dame’s Indigenous World program, will be on display from Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 through Thursday, March 19, 2015 inside the 6,500 square foot W.F. Wellman Exhibit Hall at the Indiana Welcome Center.  Indigenous World is a year-long celebration on a world-wide scale of indigenous people and their culture, native settings, artwork, literary works and more.

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

News

What is Your Smithsonian Doing to Stay Relevant?

Author: Alexandra Schaufele

The Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture at the Snite Museum of Art Annenberg Auditorium from 1-2PM on May 9th presents a lecture by Secretary Wayne Clough of the Smithsonian Institution.

Secretary Clough is the 12th Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.  A graduate of Georgia Tech in Civil Engineering and with a doctorate from University of California Berkeley also...

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Indefinite Spaces

Author: Alexandra Schaufele

The Crossroads Gallery for Contemporary Art presents Indefinite Spaces: 2014 Portfolio Exchange.

Indefinite Spaces opens April 28th at the Crossroads Gallery for Contemporary Art.  The exhibition runs through July 1, 2014.

The exhibition showcases works by printmakers from Notre Dame to Kiev.  This rich collection of prints according to Justin Barfield “investigates the ever-changing physical and psychological environment in which we inhabit.”

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