David Shrigley launched the first in what is to become a series of works created to raise awareness and encourage people to sign a petition against the proposed 25% cuts in government funding of the arts.
“It has taken 50 years to create a vibrant arts culture in Britain that is the envy of the world. We the undersigned appeal to the government not to slash arts funding and risk destroying this long-term achievement and the social and economic benefits it brings to all.”
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