- MOCRA Programs & Events
- Art as Companion
- The Religious Art of Picasso
- American Arts Experience 2014
- Museum Day Live 2014
- The Economy of Gift
- American Arts Experience 2013
- Art21 at CAM
- Museum Day Live! 2013
- Campos-Pons: Rituals and Spirituality
- Breaking Boundaries: The Art of Patrick Graham
- First Fridays in Grand Center
- Dancing in the Street 2012
- Museum Day Live! 2012
- The Jewish Experience and the Haggadah
- Grand Center Art Walk 2012
- Loyola Chair Lecture 2012
- Loyola Chair Lecture 2011
- American Arts Experience 2011
- Dancing in the Street 2011
- Grand Center Art Walk 2011
- Rouault and the Art of Sacred Engagement
- SGCI Print Conference 2011
- Religious Environment and Contemporary Art
- American Arts Experience 2010
- Dancing in the Street 2010
- Grand Center Art Walk 2010
- Michael Byron Discusses Cosmic Tears
- The Wounded Body of Christ
- Day With(out) Art 2009
- 2009 Dillenberger lecture
- Dancing in the Street 2009
- Art and the Religious Imagination conference
- Wu Hung lecture: Contemporary Chinese Art
- Two Celluloid Bible Film Classics
- Michael Morris lecture & Celluloid Bible opening
- An Oskar Fischinger Tribute
- Day With(out) Art 2006
- Robert Rosenblum lecture: DoDo Jin Ming
- To Make Extraordinary: Sacred Objects
- Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment: A University Response
- Fred Gray lecture on Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
- Thomas Sokolowski lecture: Andy Warhol's Art as Belief
- Day Without Art 2000
- Dissanayake & Renard
- Bernard Maisner: The Art of the Illuminator
- Renaissance and Modern
- The Role of the Computer in Contemporary Art
- Jennifer Biddle: Body, Country, Canvas
- Creativity as Ancestral Mind
- Steven Heilmer and John Markey dialogue
- Ian Friend lecture: The Edge of Belief
- Peter Selz lecture: Degenerate Art
- Day Without Art 1996
- Violin recital: Lynn Hague
- Day Without Art 1994
- The Spiritual in Art in the Time of AIDS
- Thomas Sokolowski on The Changing Face of AIDS
- Recital: The Amici Quartet
- Opening reception for Consecrations
- Alvin Ailey Programs
- The Artist and Sacred Space
MOCRA Programs and Events
Consecrations: The Spiritual in Art in the TIme of AIDS
This opening reception for MOCRA's major group exhibition exploring the reality of HIV and AIDS from a spiritual perspective features dance performances by three outstanding artists. Each dancer will perform a solo work in honor of those who have died of AIDS or who are living with HIV or AIDS.
Saturday, October 15, 1994 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
free and open to the public
the dance performances begin at 6:00 p.m. and will be held in Xavier Theatre, directly across the John E. Connelly Mall from MOCRA
This program is made possible by a generous grant from the Missouri Arts Council.
is a former principal dancer with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He danced with the Ailey company for ten years, traveling around the world as a performer and teacher.
He spoke at MOCRA in 1993 as part of a panel discussion called "I Remember Alvin," in conjunction with the exhibition Body and Soul: The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
An update: Danny Clark died on August 8, 1997. His wife said of him, "He touched so many lives. He was so passionate about life and beauty and God. As a dancer, his body was blessed; it was a gift, and he was a gift."
Danny Clark dancing at the opening reception for
Consecrations: The Spiritual in Art in the Time of AIDS. Photo by Jeffrey Vaughn.
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