Walk and talk with Pulitzer Curatorial staff and David Brinker, Director of Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art. We will discuss themes of spirituality, culture, and identity reflected in current exhibitions: MOCRA’s Open Hands, Crafting the Spiritual and the Pulitzer’s Delcy Morelos: Interwoven. The group starts at MOCRA and walks to the Pulitzer to end the evening. Light refreshments to be served after the talk.

MOCRA is located in Fusz Memorial Hall at 3700 West Pine Blvd on the Saint Louis University campus. Please be advised that West Pine Blvd is closed to vehicular traffic at this address. It is recommended that you enter 3700 Laclede Ave in your GPS as it is closer to the museum building. Limited visitor parking is located behind the building. Metered on-street parking and a University parking garage are available nearby. You may also park at the Pulitzer and walk 10 minutes to MOCRA.

Parking: MOCRA has 4 adjacent designated parking spaces. Metered on-street parking between MOCRA and the Pulitzer is available and the SLU parking garage is located nearby. You may also park at the Pulitzer and walk 10 minutes to MOCRA. The Pulitzer parking lot is free, but spaces are limited. Metered parking is available around the museum.

This tour is free and open to the public. Registration is suggested. Please contact programs@pulitzerarts.org if you require any accommodations to participate.