What’s Going On?

Most people know of Marvin Gaye and how he was the embodiment of soul music. What may be less apparent is how he left a mold within... Read More

Arts Abroad: Life in the Theater Capital of the World

Notre Dame student Hannah Tonsor reflects on how the performing arts have enriched her semester abroad in this multi-part series. Read More

Performing Arts Resolutions: Furthering Our Literacy in 2021

If you love the performing arts, perhaps this "resolutions" list will help you celebrate the arts at home in 2021. Read More

The Power of Performance: A Reflection on the Past Semester

As an arts student, I knew my usual experience on Notre Dame’s campus was going to be drastically altered, but I never expected to gain... Read More

Coronavirus, Classes, Coping: Student Chats at DPAC

Spring 2020 at Notre Dame was unlike any other in the school's history. Every student knows where they were when how profoundly the... Read More

Virtual Events to Help Celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month

October is a very special month at DPAC as it is National Arts and Humanities Month! In order to celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of the... Read More

Browning Cinema to host virtual discussions, bringing community together through art

As a way to continue its involvement in film for the Notre Dame community and beyond, the Browning Cinema has launched its first series of... Read More

The Arts at Home: Recommendations amid the Coronavirus Lockdown

Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the Center has made the decision to remain closed through May for the safety of our students,... Read More

Browning cinema offers high-quality movie-going experience on campus

Located in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the Browning Cinema is a THX-certified, 200-seat theater that offers a variety of programs... Read More

Meet the Artist: Emorja Roberson

Emorja Roberson, a Doctorate student in Notre Dame’s Sacred Music program, shares his excitement to conduct a choir for one of the most... Read More

Something Wicked This Way Comes––A Look at the Curse of “Macbeth”

Shakespeare at Notre Dame presents a 2-man production of Shakespeare’s scariest play, "Macbeth." The play has a long reputation as being... Read More

Meet the Artist: Conrad Tao

Welcome to our new “Meet the Artist” series! Knowing what drives an artist, what goes into their thoughts and their creation makes... Read More