As former director of the Corita Art Center, Sasha Carrera has written extensively on artist Corita Kent. She is a contributing author to The Joyous Revolutionary (Exhibits USA, 2009), wrote commentary for Corita Kent Mini Book and Postcards Set (Galison, 2015), and compiled an oral history for Someday Is Now: The Art of Corita Kent (Prestel, 2013). Over the course of her 14 years with the Corita Art Center, Carrera spoke extensively on Corita from New York to Los Angeles, Boston to Fargo, and London to Berlin. In fall 2015, she will participate in an upcoming StoryCorps segment on Corita. Carrera’s first film, Mr. Hopewell’s Remedy, won several awards and her screenplay about Corita is currently in development with producer Laura Bickford.
Corita Kent: The Big G Stands for Goodness
Nun, activist, artist Corita Kent at the Pasadena Museum of California Art....