- MOCRA Voices
- Breaking Boundaries: Patrick Graham
- MOCRA Memories, Part 1
- Batya Abramson-Goldstein and Timothy O'Leary
- Mary Reid Brunstrom
- Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons
- Durchslag on the Haggadah
- Dempsey lecture on Rouault
- Ralph Peterson and Jane Dillenberger
- Campos-Pons lecture
- Pamela Ambrose and Ena Heller
- Archie Granot and Max Thurm
- Thomas Sokolowski
- Adrian Kellard
- James Rosen
|The MOCRA podcast and lecture series
MOCRA Voices is a series of conversations with thinkers and practitioners at the intersection of contemporary art, religion, and spirituality. Go in-depth with artists, scholars, theologians, religious leaders, and others who are engaged in the ongoing dialogue between visual art and the religious and spiritual dimensions. MOCRA Voices includes audio and video podcasts available for streaming and download, and public lectures delivered at MOCRA.
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|Breaking Boundaries: A Conversation About the Art of Patrick Graham
||June 30, 2014
|MOCRA Memories, Part 1
||June 12, 2014
|Batya Abramson-Goldstein and Timothy O'Leary
||June 7, 2014
|Mary Reid Brunstrom
||June 7, 2014
|Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons
||November 15, 2013
"The Jewish Experience and the Haggadah"
|July 12, 2013
"Georges Rouault and the Art of Sacred Engagement"
|July 10, 2013
|Ralph Peterson and Jane Daggett Dillenberger
||July 8, 2013
|Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons delivers
The Kristen Peterson Distinguished Lecture
|June 24, 2013
|Pamela Ambrose and Ena Heller
||June 6, 2013
|Archie Granot and Max Thurm
||August 9, 2012
||December 1, 2011
||November 1, 2011
||June 4, 2011
MOCRA Voices is made possible through the financial support of the Regional Arts Commission.
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