Panel Discussion: Corita Kent & The Art of Screen Printing

  • California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks 1948 Thousand Oaks Boulevard Thousand Oaks, CA, 91362 United States

 Corita Kent, also known as Sister Mary Corita, was an artist with an innovative approach to design and education. By the 1960s, her vibrant serigraphs were drawing international acclaim. Corita’s work reflected her concerns about poverty, racism, and war, and her messages of peace and social justice continue to resonate with audiences today.

Learn more about Corita and the Art of Screen Printing from a panel of experts:

Jasmine Delgado, Assistant Professor, California State University Channel Islands will moderate the panel contributing her expertise on screen printing and how Corita continues to inspire her students.

Ray Smith, Director of the Corita Art Center will review Corita's life and legacy.

Joel Garcia, Director of Programs and Operations, Self Help Graphic and Art will discuss Corita's influence on SHG activist art projects.

After the panel, make your own screen prints via the Barrio Mobile Art Studio

Members $10

Non-Members $20

RSVP at info@cmato.org

 

 

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Highlights from the Panel Discussion