David Shrigley attempts to Save The Arts

David Shrigley has joined a number of contemporary artists in supporting Save The Arts, a campaign that aims to make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in UK government funding of the arts. He has created this very amusing film to articulate the main points of the campaign…

David Shrigley has joined a number of contemporary artists in supporting Save The Arts, a campaign that aims to make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in UK government funding of the arts. He has created this very amusing film to articulate the main points of the campaign…

 

For more info on Save The Arts, visit savethearts.org.uk.

 

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