Museum of Contemporary Religious Art

February 19, 2011

If you could ask artist James Rosen a question, what would it be?

Did you visit MOCRA’s recent exhibition James Rosen: The Artist and the Capable Observer and come away with questions about Rosen’s techniques, subject matter, or intentions? Perhaps your interest has been piqued by posts here on the MOCRA blog or the recent interview on the “Iconia” blog.

Since circumstances prevented James Rosen from visiting St. Louis during the exhibition, we are going to record a conversation between Rosen and MOCRA Director Terrence Dempsey, S.J., this coming week of February 20, 2011. If all goes well, we plan to make the conversation available through our website. We already have a number of questions we want to ask Rosen, but we would like to include one or more questions from our audience.

If you have a question you would like to ask James Rosen about his work, please e-mail it to us, post it on our Facebook wall, or call us at 314-977-7170. Please make your question as specific as possible, and include your first name and last initial, as well as your location. Questions must be received by Thursday morning, February 24.

We cannot guarantee that all questions will be used in the interview, but will include as many as we can. We are excited to be adding a new dimension of artist interaction to our programming, and hope you will consider participating in this experiment.

Find more information and additional links here.

— David Brinker, Assistant Director

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