TCC Video: How a Screenprinting Nun Changed the Course of Modern Art

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Sister Mary Corita Kent

During the 1960s, a Catholic nun named Sr. Mary Corita Kent transformed a tiny art department in a Hollywood Catholic school into a global center for design and printmaking. Her art, which has often been compared to Andy Warhol, changed the course of modern art. Watch a video about her work from Gizmodo here:

screenprint by Sr. Corita Kent


Sr. Corita Kent's studio