Hundreds of artists, performers, cultural workers and organisations have signed a public commitment to reject fossil-fuel sponsorship of their work, and to challenge such sponsorship deals by partners and institutions with whom they work, Kara Moses writes. Signatories include the playwright Caryl Churchill, the cartoonist Martin Rowson, the artist Hans Haacke, and London’s Royal Court and Arcola theatres.

The campaign is part of a rapidly growing movement against fossil-fuel sponsorship of the arts, which has previously focused on targeting public institutions such as London’s ...


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