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 is closed to the public during August. Our offices generally are open Monday through Friday during regular business hours. You can reach us on 314-977-7170 or by e-mail.
In September, we'll reopen with Transformations: Highlights from the MOCRA Collection. Explore the range of artists and works found at MOCRA. Featured artists include Salma Arastu, Lore Bert, Dawoud Bey, Frederick J. Brown, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Jordan Eagles, Luis González Palma, Jim Morphesis, Daniel Goldstein, Daniel Ramirez, and Shahzia Sikander.
Making its debut in this exhibition will be a major recent acquisition, Cruz for Bishop Oscar Romero, Martyr of El Salvador, by Michael Tracy.
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