Students capture post-Katrina destruction, hope in art projects

08/10/2007 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Three dozen Charlotte-area high school students pieced together broken bottles found amid the post-Katrina wreckage and created art filled with hope. The project was designed to get students to "go beyond documenting what they saw and put themselves in the place of the kids there," said Charles Thomas, director of education at the art museum currently displaying the students' work.

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