DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
Located on the southern portion of campus, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (DPAC) is at the forefront of cinematic and performing arts programs.
A cinema that seats 200 and features a 14-foot-by-27-foot screen that features 2K digital projection and is THX Certified.
Leighton Concert Hall
Seats approximately 840 people and is 10 stories high.
Patricia George Decio Theatre
Seats about 350 people and features a distinct proscenium arch.
Philbin Studio Theatre
Similar to a black box theatre, this 2,333 square-foot space has no fixed seats and is able to be molded to the director’s vision for their feature.
Reyes Organ and Choral Hall
A cathedral-like space that seats about 80 people in wooden pews. The space features a 10,000-pound organ made by renowned craftsman Paul Fritts.
Penote Performer’s Hall
Seats about 80 people and is used for recitals, rehearsals, and classrooms for the Department of Music.
O'Neill Hall of Music
Located on the south side of Notre Dame Stadium, the six-story building houses the Department of Music and Sacred Music at Notre Dame. It includes spaces for recitals and rehearsals, as well as a music library, classrooms, offices, practice rooms, and offices.
Raclin Murphy Museum of Art
Set to open in November 2023, the museum will feature works of art from around the world in its new building.
Walsh Family Hall - School of Architecture
The new home of the School of Architecture is located east of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center along Holy Cross Drive, and it includes classrooms, studios, the architecture library, a workshop, and a public plaza.
Located directly east of the Main Building, the historic Washington Hall holds 550 people in a modern auditorium-style seating and hosts events staged by student organizations and departments.