Offered through the Indiana Academy for Sciences, Mathematics and Humanities website. Participants will explore issues of censorship in world art, including examples from the David Owsley Museum of Art, with docent and art teacher Margie Frank. Controversial art subjects related to current events, history, music, literature, and politics will be discussed. Middle and high school students will make the connection between the past and present and understand how censorship has impacted art for centuries. Through museum exploration, discussion, and debate, students will form their own personal philosophy, design posters, and develop a manifesto focused on issues of censoring artists.