Artist claims censorship as cartoons are removed from Sharon Town Hall

Artist Dianne Engleke drew about her experience.

SHARON — Lakeville Journal Co. editorial cartoonist Dianne Engleke, a resident of Millerton, is accusing employees and elected officials at Town Hall in Sharon of censorship.

The walls of the town offices have been used, in recent years, as an art gallery. The exhibits are curated by Tax Collector Donna Christensen. The featured pieces are usually paintings or photographs, often but not always by Sharon residents; their work is shown by invitation. They usually remain up for about a month.

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