The Mary, Queen of Families Chapel is one of the elements that makes the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art unique among other art museums. A functioning chapel that also serves as a site-specific art installation integrating other works from the Museum’s collection, this space is ripe for dynamic exploration and engagement. What are the traditional elements of a Chapel? Why is a chapel included in the new art museum? What do the signs and symbols in the Chapel mean? Drop by for any length of time between 11:00 am–12:00 pm for a casual chat regarding these questions and more with one of our Museum staff members.
If interested, proceed directly to the Mary, Queen of Families Chapel on Level 2 where one of our staff members will be stationed. Visitor Services staff at the Welcome Desk will be happy to assist you with directions. Always free and open to all.
Originally published at raclinmurphymuseum.nd.edu.