CULTURE

After the Storm

Artist Cleo Wade shows a sign of life.


Last Thursday, New Orleans native Cleo Wade gave back to her hometown in a monumental way in the form of a public art installation honoring the victims of Hurricane Katrina. In observance of the 10-year anniversary of the devastating storm, the young poet and artist dreamt up a billboard that speaks to the city’s unsinkable spirit. On view through the fall in the city’s historic French Quarter, Wade’s sign is a reminder of the power of hope in the face of destruction.

Photos: After the Storm

Photo courtesy of Cleo Wade.

Photo courtesy of Cleo Wade.

Photo courtesy of Cleo Wade.

Photo courtesy of Cleo Wade.

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