Museum of Contemporary Religious Art
Saint Louis University's Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) is the world's first interfaith museum of contemporary art that engages religious and spiritual themes. MOCRA is dedicated to the ongoing dialogue between contemporary artists and the world's faith traditions, and to serving as a forum for interfaith understanding. In a time when religion is viewed by many in exclusive ways, MOCRA intends to be inclusive and embracing, a center for healing and reconciliation.
Click here to learn more about MOCRA's mission and history.
MOCRA has been honored as "Best Museum" in the Riverfront Times' 2013 edition of the "Best of St. Louis."
Read the RFT's statement about MOCRA.
|MOCRA's podcast. The latest episodes feature a conversation with museum directors Pamela Ambrose and Ena Heller; an interview with pastor Ralph Peterson and art historian Jane Daggett Dillenberger; and a lecture by Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons. Listen here.
Thresholds is a two-part exhibition marking MOCRA's first twenty years, featuring the work of artists who have exhibited at MOCRA over the years. The celebration continues with works by thirty-five artists from MOCRA's second decade. The exhibition will include works in media ranging from traditional painting and photography to video, woodcut panels, and movie posters.
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