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St. Joseph’s Provincial House is home to 1964 Kent serigraph

This work created by Sister Corita Kent hangs at the St. Joseph’s Provincial House, the Albany-area center for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
This work created by Sister Corita Kent hangs at the St. Joseph’s Provincial House, the Albany-area center for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
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When Ian Berry was putting together the Corita Kent exhibit at Skidmore College, he got a call from the Roman Catholic nuns who live and work in Latham. They wanted to tell him about “No One Walks Waters,” a serigraph created by Kent, that has been hanging on a wall for 10 years at St. Joseph’s Provincial House, the Albany-area center for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. “It’s colorful, it’s abstract, it’s a ...


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