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Department of Art, Art History and Design

We are a multidisciplinary department offering programs of study in Studio Art, Art History, and Design at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels. The mission of the department is to provide students with intellectually informed, hands-on instruction in creative studies within the context of a liberal arts university. Throughout history, one of the shared features of great civilizations and cultures has been the creative and critical influence of their art and design. One of the inherent values of visual art is that by giving tangible form to the social, political, and private aspects of human existence, it makes visible the invisible; it provokes the expansion of intellectual boundaries, gives form to complex ideas, reveals deep but abstract emotions and extends our capacity to comprehend the lives of others. Our classrooms and studios are located in primarily in Riley Hall and West Lake Hall. While each program is marked by its own special skills and training, it is the conversations and synergies that emerge from our interdisciplinary encounters that makes our department central to the creative energy that can be found on the campus of Notre Dame. Learn more at artdept.nd.edu

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Donations are applied to...

Studio Art, Art History, Design, and our Visitor Lecture Series.

Why are donations necessary?

The Department’s has three distinct areas of study, studio art, art history, and design. ND Day contributions will support various programming initiatives including, visiting lecturers, gallery exhibitions, new equipment, student research, and professional development. Exciting new curricular initiatives include the Studio Art Minor and the Collaborative Innovation Minor in Design. You may designate funds to these programs as well. Additional opportunities to support the department include contributing to existing funds so designated: Graphic and Industrial Design Alumni Fund, the Social Design Fund, the Art History division, and the Studio Art Division.