Come talk about Sister Corita at PMCA

I’ve written many many times about my love for Sister Corita Kent, the designer, activist and nun whose work was inspired by the place she called “marvelously unfinished Los Angeles.” Next summer, the Pasadena Museum of California Art will be mounting a comprehensive exhibition of her work, and to get pumped up for the show, they’re hosting a series of events starting this fall. On Saturday, October 11 at 3pm, I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be moderating a panel with three wonderful women—Juliette Bellocq, Louise Sandhaus and Jan Steward—who have been influenced by Kent’s work. We’ll talk about her life and her legacy, but I’m most excited to hear from these ladies on how they’ve been able to keep Corita’s spirit alive through their own art. All details here. See you then!

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