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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 “It’s time to get out!” - say the Guerrilla Girls “In
Press release: Liberate Tate with The Guerrilla Girls calls on Tate to go ‘Fossil Funds Free’ (in association with Platform London) Contact Glen at Liberate Tate on 07919 557055, [email protected] Photos will be available - see twitter handles below - hashtag #fossilfundsfree Saturday 8 October (7pm) art collective Liberate Tate with The Guerrilla Girls will
Press release: NORWAY’S MOST POPULAR MUSIC FESTIVAL SIGNS COMMITMENT AGAINST OIL SPONSORSHIP Contact: Stopp oljesponsing av Norsk Kulturliv / @NokOljesponsing [email protected] Joining the growing international resistance against sponsorship from the fossil fuel industry, Øyafestivalen – one of Norway’s most popular music festivals – has signed the commitment to go fossil funds free in all their sponsorship agreements.
Over the past week since our launch, over 100 artists, writers, performers, and organisations have joined the Fossil Funds Free commitment. We now have over 300 participants! Please keep spreading the word. As theatre director Rebecca Atkinson says: If an oil company offered a £200,000 donation should they accept, knowing that the biggest issue affecting humanity over the
Over 200 cultural figures reject oil sponsorship Over 200 international artists, cultural workers, and institutions launch public commitment to go ‘fossil funds free’ First signatories include playwright Caryl Churchill, artist/composer Jem Finer, and comedian Francesca Martinez A ‘Fossil Funds Free’ icon to appear on participants’ work Contact: Anna Galkina on [email protected], @platformlondon Current list of
"This is a huge, bold move from the arts sector: individuals and organisations are coming together to protect the arts from oil companies' artwash, because we know it undermines the true value of the arts for visitors, staff and artists alike. Larger institutions like Tate and British Museum should take note - this is what
"Forest Fringe believe absolutely that artists and arts organisations big and small have a responsibility to think about where the money that supports them comes from, and to recognise the wider social, political and environmental context in which their art is made. To believe that art can change the world is also to believe that