The Studio

Video Credit: Robert Casarez, videographer

The Segura Arts Studio is located at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Arts & Culture.  Founded by Joseph Segura in 1981, in Tempe, Arizona, the studio played an important role in contemporary printmaking in the southwest. The studio’s mission developed into one with an emphasis on publishing artists whose work had a political message.

The studio was acquired by the University of Notre Dame in 2013. This brought the mission to the community in South Bend, Indiana. The studio continues to invite activist artists, bringing their work to the community and emphasizing not only the importance of collaborative practice, but of activism and education.