In a short feature in The Observer, writer Trinity Reilly shares the history of the Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame, as well as the university’s future Raclin Murphy Museum of Art.
As a hub for student life, Ann Knoll, the associate director, remarked “The Snite is a different atmosphere than the library or just sitting in your dorm room. It’s a beautiful environment to learn and to study in. We are a place for students to take a moment to meditate, to relax, to use the artwork as inspiration. That’s not something you necessarily have in any other buildings on campus.” [The Observer]