The lone artwork in the Truman Building -- the multistoried concrete-and-glass bunker that houses offices and conference rooms catty-corner to the Capitol in Jefferson City -- is a lackluster oil portrait of Harry S. himself. Because the Truman Building is one of those efficient, featureless multipurpose facilities, the absence of art doesn't exactly stand out, but on a day when some 400 citizens arrive at the Capitol to advocate for arts funding, the lack of even an inoffensive picture of a flight of ducks says something about the uneasy relationship between... More >>>