Saint Louis University

Museum of Contemporary Religious Art

About MOCRA

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.

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Current exhibition

Transformations: Highlights from the MOCRA Collection

Explore the range of artists and works found at MOCRA. Plus, learn about the art and science of conservation as we prepare to display a major recent acquisition, Cruz to Bishop Oscar Romero, Martyr of El Salvador, by Michael Tracy.

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Upcoming events

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First Fridays in Grand Center

October 6, November 3, December 1     5 - 9 p.m.
      

On the first Friday of each month, come to the Grand Center Arts District
in midtown St. Louis to experience a great array of exhibitions, openings,
and other special events, all within easy walking distance.

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Connect with MOCRA

Keep up-to-date about MOCRA's exhibitions and programs by joining our mailing list, subscribing to our e-newsletter, reading the MOCRA blog, or networking with us.

MOCRA sends out traditional exhibition and event announcements via the postal service, as well as a timely MOCRA newsletter via e-mail. You can sign up for one or both lists by providing your e-mail address below. Please note that you can update your information and unsubscribe at any time via links in the e-mail newsletter.

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Purchase catalogues from MOCRA exhibitions through our secure online marketplace. Click here to browse.


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