Thanks for the ever-fantastic realmedia for this story:
Last night (April 23rd), we occupied four rooms inside the British Museum after hours in protest against the museum’s controversial sponsor, the oil giant BP. Our performers smuggled in a huge, 10-metre version of the oil company’s logo, made from wood and fabric, which we dramatically “dismantled” in a hundreds-strong performance in the museum’s Great Court at 4pm.
We then took the
From our friends over at Fossil Free Culture NL:
'The opening of Megalith on Friday 8 April, 2022 was supposed to be a celebratory event. However, even as artist Marit Westerhuis’ new solo show addresses the disturbing realities of the ecological crisis, the Groninger Museum continues to
Terrific news from our doughty friends at Culture Unstained:
'After coming under criticism in recent years over its prominent partnerships first with Shell and then BP, this year’s New Scientist Live festival – which takes place in Manchester this weekend – will have no fossil fuel companies as sponsors or exhibitors. This is understood to signal a shift in policy, after BP