WLOX Special Report: The Art of Katrina

Kathy Mangin teaches music at St. Alphonsus Catholic School in Ocean Springs. Before returning to the coast, Mangin spent 15 years in the professional arena working in musical threatre. Her song "Katrina: A Song of Hope" can be found at The Religious Bookstore in Biloxi or by emailing her at katrinacd@cableone.net.

Lori Gordon's "Labat: A Creole Legacy" was acquired by the Smithsonian Institute in 2004 as part of the permanent collection of the Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture. Click here to see more of her hurricane inspired artwork or contact her by email at lkgordon@bellsouth.net.

Vicky Niolet photographer and author of the book "Parting Shots of Old Town Bay St. Louis" is the former owner of the popular Paper Moon art gallery in Bay St. Louis. She now works at Clay Creations on Toume Street in Bay St. Louis.

Milo Stephens and Micky Asche live in Picayune, Mississippi. Their work can found at Galiano's in downtown Picayune.