Exhibit Featured Today in the Times-Picayune

Exhibit Featured Today in the Times-Picayune

August 17th, 2010  |  Published in News

As visual journalists, we take great pride in our ability to tell stories with images, but a tip of our cap goes out to New Orleans Times-Picayune arts writer Doug MacCash who manages to eloquently say in just over 500 words what takes a photojournalist at least the proverbial 1,000. Check out his excellent account of the exhibit at nola.com

Photo by Matt Rose | The Time-Picayune

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About The Project

When photographers converged on the convention center in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, a survivor cried out, "Thank God, the press is here.”

Her words expressed a sentiment that characterizes the storytelling and relationships between the people of the Gulf Coast and the media that developed in the months that followed.

On Thursday, August 19, a juried exhibit of Katrina imagery opened at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art coinciding with the 5-year anniversary of the disaster.

The exhibit, and a program of workshops and seminars explore the past, present and future of visual storytelling of Gulf Coast disasters.

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