For three decades the Corita Art Center has preserved and promoted Corita Kent’s art, teaching, and passion for social justice. Our work succeeds in creating access to Corita’s artwork and archives, providing educational resources to local communities and organizations, and creating new pathways and opportunities for the next generation of innovative arts educators. We acknowledge the essential role of our stakeholders, supporters, and partners in helping us deliver on our mission.
Corita Art Center’s programs would not be possible without generous funding and support from California Arts Council, California Revealed, The Getty Foundation, Marijane Hebert, Alison Hoeven, Jennifer Klein, Los Angeles City Council District 4, Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl Board of Supervisors District 3, The Office of Mark Ridley-Thomas, Todd and Katy Nevell, Lucia Van Ruiten, IHM. To learn more about how to support CAC please reach out to Nellie Scott (email@example.com).
Corita Art Center is thankful to work with partners from various categories to fulfill our mission. Major partnerships have included Alexandria House, Baby2Baby, Boston Partners in Education, Bauer Pottery, Casa Esperanza, Center for Political Graphics, The Center in Hollywood, Ciclavia, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), Design Lab at Otis College, dublab, Enchanted Lion Books, fINdings, Girl Scouts of America, Greetings from South Central LA, Homeboy Industries, Hollywood Heritage, Housing Works, Mi Casa in Little Tokyo, LACMH, LAUSD, La Casa de Maria, Los Angeles Conservancy, Lost and Found Shop, Metabolic Studios, Typecraft, and Second Home Hollywood. To learn more about how to partner on our programs please reach out to Nicholas Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org).