Interiors and Design
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  In
 the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was
 presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in 
the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster.
 The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a 
center for youth education as a means of creating after school art 
programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown 
on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center
 to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie 
Sullivan.    ​

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster. The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a center for youth education as a means of creating after school art programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie Sullivan.

  In
 the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was
 presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in 
the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster.
 The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a 
center for youth education as a means of creating after school art 
programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown 
on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center
 to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie 
Sullivan.    ​

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster. The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a center for youth education as a means of creating after school art programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie Sullivan.

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster. The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a center for youth education as a means of creating after school art programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie Sullivan.

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster. The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a center for youth education as a means of creating after school art programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie Sullivan.

  In
 the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was
 presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in 
the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster.
 The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a 
center for youth education as a means of creating after school art 
programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown 
on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center
 to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie 
Sullivan.    ​
  In
 the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) was
 presented with the conflict by insurance companies that art stored in 
the basement storage facilites would no longer be covered in a disaster.
 The NOMA is planning to turn this former art storage space into a 
center for youth education as a means of creating after school art 
programs and to raise museum awareness in the community. Zeke is shown 
on the right presenting his design proposal for a new educational center
 to museum director John Bullard and former deputy-director Jackie 
Sullivan.    ​