HURRICANE KATRINA POSTER

After Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the levees broke the citizens of this great city rose up out of the flood waters and rebuilt their home land. Before the flood, the city was divided between the dominant, mainly poor people and the controlling minority bourgeois class.

Now all citizens of New Orleans see an opportunity to expunge from historical memory the haunting nightmare of the Pre K life of crime and corruption. Rising from the flood waters are artists, musicians, poets, writers and a working class of dedicated revolutionists. In a city that hails the pirate Jean Laffite as their hero the united artists of the town will lead the way of social reform with integrity, comfort and beauty.

 

abita springs mystery house

LOUISIANA HOTEL LINKS

 

  Hurricane Katrina Poster New Orleans

art galleries
bryant galleries, new orleans
caffery gallery, baton rouge
cole pratt gallery, new orleans
neubig art gallery / studio baton rouge

art environments

folk art worlds self made worlds

museums

new orleans museum of art
ucm museum, Abita Springs

louisiana art publications
gulf coast arts & entertainment review

S E E L O U I S I A N A
artists

art new orleans online, area art links
adrian deckbar, new orleans
abita springs pottery, abita springs
alan flattmann, madisonville
rhea gary, baton rouge
john hodge, covington
dave kelsey, abita springs
fred mulhearn, cartoonist
ann o'brien, abita springs
francis pavy, lafayette
john preble, abita springs
francie rich, covington
rocketship deluxe, from recyclables michael p. smith, new orleans
mark kirk, new orleans trash art

speaking of joys, with this I can go see that odd museum in abita springs - being "visitor number one million" allowed sheila the opportunities others could only dream of - her friend's feelings weren't exactly hurt, she knew sheila would one day sink into a deep pit of depression which only she, wilma, could pull her out of

stanley beck, new orleans
jerry schwehm, new orleans
robert tritthardt, new orleans

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