Now through Labor Day, the Ohr O’Keefe Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit covering the destruction, relief and recovery efforts of Hurricane Katrina. The devastating storm hit the Mississippi Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005 with winds speeds of 140 mph and a storm surge over 25 feet.
The exhibit features the story of Katrina told by the individuals who covered the storm from the front lines and the crews and volunteers who worked tirelessly to restore and rebuild the Gulf Coast. Also featured, the monumental rebuilding of the major artery US 90 and two new signature bridges.
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday from 1pm – 4pm