Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture
Located within the West Washington National Historic Register District of South Bend, Indiana, the Hansel Center began as a Children’s Dispensary in 1925 and was later utilized as a neighborhood center, and administrative offices for Head Start. The building fell vacant from 2003-2012 and now, after extensive renovation, houses the 14,000 square foot Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture; including the Crossroads Gallery, Segura Arts Studio, the University of Notre Dame’s Office of Community Relations, and Educational Programming. The NDCAC connects with the University and community at large through diverse programming opportunities focusing on arts and culture.
The Segura Arts Studio is a collaborative fine art printmaking studio located in the NDCAC. The Studio primarily collaborates with artists from underrepresented groups whose work tends to address issues of social justice with the goal of getting works by these artists into important public and private collections.
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