Performance Art

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Idaho State Police will no longer enforce a liquor law that regulates live performances in venues that serve alcohol.

That’s according to the ACLU of Idaho, after it sued the state agency this month on behalf of a group of artists and a Treasure Valley venue owner. The law focuses on performances of a sexual nature, but plaintiffs argued it amounts to censorship and is unconstitutional.

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The ACLU of Idaho filed suit against the state police on behalf of a group of artists and a venue owner, challenging a statute the organization says censors artistic expression.

Frankie Barnhill / Boise State Public Radio

Not many people would stand half-naked in the middle of Boise’s Capital City Public Market and let strangers write all over them. But when performance artist and blogger Amy Pence-Brown decided to make a statement about body image issues by doing just that, she was surprised by the reaction she received.