During the Parrish Art Museum’s benefit, partly sponsored by Bank of America, organizers called out the ultra-wealthy for “greenwashing” their images.
The London Museum of Natural History agreed not to “discredit or damage” the reputation of Danish energy giant Ørsted, contracts show.
What would it look like if museums turned their billions toward positive good instead of questionable investments simply for profit?
The daylong demonstration culminated in a mass action and occupation of the museum after hours.
Check out Hyperallergic’s live report of day five of the Common Field Convening.
The decision signals a shift in sponsorship patterns for cultural institutions.
The Shell energy corporation has ended its years-long partnership agreements with the Van Gogh Art Museum and the Mauritshuis, but it’s already started to invest in UK-based institutions.