Corita’s Legacy

The Corita Art Center, a project of the Immaculate Heart Community, preserves and promotes Corita Kent’s art, teaching, and passion for social justice. Today, the Corita Art Center facilitates exhibitions by lending artwork all over the world, oversees image and merchandising rights, sells Corita’s remaining original prints, and serves as a resource of information about her life and work.


Ray Smith, PhD


Olivian Cha, MA, MLIS

Collections Manager

Visit Us

We welcome visitors Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm. If you would like to buy artwork or access the archives, please contact us in advance to make an appointment.

The Corita Art Center is located on the campus of Immaculate Heart High School, on the Northwest corner of Franklin and Western Avenues in Hollywood. Entrance is on Western Ave at the American Film Institute gate.




5515 Franklin Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Support Us

Help us spread Corita’s powerful message of hope and love by becoming a supporter of the Corita Art Center. We welcome donations of all sizes. The Corita Art Center is a project of the Immaculate Heart Community, a non-profit organization. Memberships and donations are tax-deductible.

Membership benefits, each successive level receives the previous levels’ rewards.




Fan $45 10% off gift shop merchandise
Believer $75 An exclusive member gift
Collector $150 Serigraph-of-the-month discount extended for the duration of the membership cycle
Donor $500 10% off watercolors
Patron $1000+ 10% off serigraphs plus additional benefits


The Corita Art Center is happy to lend works from its collection to museums, galleries, and other exhibition spaces around the world. Exhibitors are required to cover costs of transportation both ways, framing, installation, and insurance. Exhibition fees may also apply. Please contact us for more details about borrowing works for exhibition.

Image Rights

The Corita Art Center owns the copyrights to Corita’s works, excluding some commissions. We also oversee merchandise production. Please contact us for permission to reproduce or license images of Corita’s work.