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.
This was originally posted on the Platform blog.
Last week the Canadian Museum of Civilisation announced it had struck a sponsorship deal with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. It's easy to see why this will be a PR coup for CAPP. But the Museum CEO's beaming
Giant artwork depicting the Canadian tar sands and the devastation being caused to ecosystems, species and First Nations communities launched by street felt-artist Lucy Sparrow outside Canada House in Trafalgar Square
Street felt-artist Lucy Sparrow today unrolled an ambitious artwork at the annual
Art collective Liberate Tate perform rising carbon levels to chronology of Tate Britain re-hang
Fifty veiled figures dressed in black today carried out a performance art installation entitled ‘Parts Per Million’ throughout a series of rooms in