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MOCRA in the Media - 2007

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Movement and Spirit featured on KWMU's "Cityscape"
St. Louis NPR affiliate KWMU (90.7 FM) hosts a discussion of Oskar Fischinger with Los Angeles-based art critic Peter Frank, Los Angeles gallery director Jack Rutberg, and MOCRA Director Terrence Dempsey, S.J. Steve Potter was the host for the March 30, 2007, edition of "Cityscape."
     This interview is not available online. Please contact MOCRA for more information.
Movement and Spirit reviewed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"For anyone who appreciates geometric abstraction, discovering Fischinger's little-known paintings is bound to be a revelation," writes critic David Bonetti in the June 10, 2007, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
     This review is not available online. Please contact MOCRA for more information.

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KETC's "Living St. Louis" profiles The Celluloid Bible
St. Louis PBS affiliate KETC (Channel 9) profiled The Celluloid Bible exhibition at MOCRA on its award-winning program "Living St. Louis." Collector Michael Morris, O.P. gives host Patrick Murphy a tour of the exhibition and talks about the history of Bible on film.
     Watch the segment here.
     If you have difficulties with this link, click here and look for the episode titled "Celluloid Bible."
The Celluloid Bible featured on KWMU's "Cityscape"
St. Louis NPR affiliate KWMU (90.7 FM) hosted a discussion of The Celluloid Bible with collector Michael Morris, O.P. and MOCRA Director Terrence Dempsey, S.J.on the September 14, 2007, edition of its "Cityscape" program, hosted by Steve Potter.
     This interview is not available online. Please contact MOCRA for more information.
The Celluloid Bible on KDHX's "Arts Interview"
MOCRA Director Fr. Terrence Dempsey joined host Nancy Kranzberg on community radio KDHX 88.1 for the October 10, 2007, edition of "Arts Interview" to discuss The Celluloid Bible.
     This interview is not available online. Please contact MOCRA for more information.

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