“E is for Everyone: Celebrating Sister Corita” [Videos] Posted February 5, 2011 by Daniel Ostroff

To mark the 25th anniversary of Sister Corita Kent’s life and influence (1918-1986), the Museum of Craft and Folk Art has organized an exhibition showcasing the many dimensions of her artistic practice.

Sister Corita Kent was an iconoclastic artist, a teacher, and an activist who was known to challenge stereotypes. The Museum of Craft and Folk Art’s  exhibition features seminal works from the 1960s and highlights her important personal and professional relationship with Charles and Ray Eames through selected films and documentation.

E is for Everyone: Celebrating Sister Corita runs February 4 – June 5, 2011.

Curated by Natasha Boas. Opening night Craft Bar and Creative Growth collaboration, “CreateRelate,” facilitated by Dina Pugh & Adam Katz (The Limits of Fun). Performance by Magic! Magic! Roses.

Here’s an excerpt of an interview with Sister Corita Kent: