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Staff Advisory Council Drive to Benefit the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture

Author: Ezra Kim

The Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture (NDCAC) has been operating since March 2013. Located in a historic downtown landmark, the NDCAC provides several programs to benefit the community including literacy tutoring, arts and culture enrichment, Spanish language computer classes, a Unity Garden, Talk with Your Baby classes, and Back the Bend. The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) is collecting...

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Youth On Stage continues at the NDCAC

Author: Alexandra Schaufele

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The NDCAC is happy to announce that its partnership with Youth On Stage will continue this November & December with Kids Carol: Two Musical Theatre Workshops.

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An Open Path In All Directions

Author: Katie DePaulo

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“I am so relaxed at Notre Dame, I don’t care when I go back to New York,” Puerto Rican artist Diógenes Ballester says when I sit down with him on a couch at the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture. “Being here relaxes me.”

 

Maybe this is why Ballester doesn’t mind being...

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A Festival of African Marriage Traditions

Author: Jason Rodrigues

 

NDCAC's Festival of African Marriage Traditions.

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Outsider at the Vatican

Author: Alexandra Schaufele

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Outsider at the Vatican: Frederick Franck's Drawings from the Second Vatican Council is an exhibit sponsored by the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism and the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture featuring works on paper from...

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Whatu: An Insight into the Māori World" by Derek Lardelli

Author: Jason Rodrigues

 

Whatu: An Insight into the Māori World" by Derek Lardelli

Posted by The Global Experience on Monday, May 4, 2015

 

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First Annual Tea Time for the Arts

Author: Katherine Sievers

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The NDCAC is excited to present our first annual fundraising event, "Tea Time for the Arts," on October 1, 2015 at 2:30pm.

The NDCAC is dedicated to providing quality year-round programming for the neighboring community. These programs include opportunities for children to experience art and culture through Global Experience events, tutoring services, related...

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First Native American woman confirmed as federal judge

Author: Jason Rodrigues

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PHOENIX -- The U.S. Senate this week confirmed the appointment of six judges to the federal court bench in Arizona, including the first Native American woman to ever serve as a U.S. District Court judge.

Diane Humetewa, a Hopi, is a former U.S. attorney for the District of Arizona and has been a prosecutor...

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Notre Dame Partners with SB150 Celebration

Author: Catherine Ake

By Catherine Ake

This year South Bend commemorates its 150th anniversary with a yearlong celebration, SB150. Throughout the year, local organizations and businesses are acting as Celebration Partners and hosting events with a South Bend theme or mission. Enmeshed within the community, the University of Notre Dame is strongly committed to South Bend. Every year, Notre Dame utilizes many resources...

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