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The Missouri House has approved sweeping legislation that covers a wide range of law enforcement matters, most notably a provision that could make protesting in the middle of a street a felony. Whether the many amendments that were placed on the bill Tuesday night make it past the finish line is an open question, and will largely depend on how negotiations between the House and Senate go during the final days of the session. The House spent much of Tuesday afternoon and part of the evening...
Sara Olshansky -- An Embrace, Of Sorts
Artist Sara Olshansky was born in Louisville, Kentucky. She graduated from the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville in 2018 with a BFA in 2D Studio Art and a BA in Art History. In this drawing, Olshansky explores addition and erasure of imagery on a single picture plane, with interest in how this technique might mirror lived experience, especially with respect to time. By condensing past, present, and future to one, monoscenic picture plane, she makes the components interdependent, emphasizing their relativity. Instead of representing a space, as a drawing traditionally would, this composition conveys interactions and movements over time.
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