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‘We do not take any oil, coal, or gas corporate sponsorship for our cultural work. We call on our peers and institutional partners to refuse fossil fuel funding too.’

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  • Guerilla Girls and Liberate Tate call on Tate to go Fossil Funds Free

In pictures: Guerrilla Girls call on Tate gallery to go Fossil Funds Free

London's Tate gallery is currently home to The Guerrilla Girls' Complaints Department. This weekend, the infamous New York-based art collective and Liberate Tate, in association with Platform, issued a challenge for Tate - to go Fossil Funds Free. Image credit: Helen Brewer / Liberate Tate  

By |October 10th, 2016|

We are a growing number of arts and cultural professionals and organisations who refuse to promote fossil fuel companies’ climate-wrecking business models with our work. The logo on our work signifies our commitment to fossil-free culture.

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The commitment is coordinated by Platform with support from Art Not Oil Coalition (UK), Not An Alternative (US), The Natural History Museum (US), BP Or Not BP? (UK), and Stopp oljesponsing av norsk kulturliv (Norway).