Media Coverage – 2017

  • Desmog UK, Kyla Mandel – 13th December 2017

Emails Reveal How a University and BP Worked Together to Deal with Activists and ‘Awkward Questions’

  • The Guardian, Mark Brown – 12th September 2017

RSC Chooses Female Directors for All Plays in Summer 2018 Season

  • The Independent, Adam Sherwin – 12th September, 2017

Romeo and Juliet is ‘anti-Brexit love story’ in new RSC production

  • The Guardian, Dr Chris Garrard – 11th September 2017

Arts and Oils Firms Should Not Mix

  • The Guardian, Hannah Ellis-Petersen – 8th September 2017

Artist Donates Part of BP Prize Money to Greenpeace in Oil Sponsorship Protest

  • The Guardian, Jonathan Jones – 8th September 2017

Is It Time For Arts to Start Saying No To Oil Money?

  • Hyperallergic, Claire Voon – 8th September 2017

Winner of a BP Portrait Award Donates Share of Prize Money to Anti-BP Protests

  • The Stage, Georgia Snow- 1st September 2017

RSC Publishes Sponsorship Policy In Response To BP Funding Controversy

  • Culture Unstained, Jess Worth- 31st August 2017

Revealed: The RSC’S New Sponsorship Rules

  • Arts Professional, Christy Romer – 22nd June 2017

National Portrait Gallery receives formal complaint about BP ties

  • Artnet news, Naomie Rea – 20th June 2017

Formal Complaint Calls for End to BP Sponsorship of National Portrait Gallery

  • Artlyst, editors – 20th June 2017

BP Portrait Award Cannot Escape Tainted Sponsorship Allegations

  • The Guardian, Maev Kennedy – 20th June 2017

Painting of nursing mother wins BP Portrait Award 2017

  • Artlyst, editors – 20th June 2017

Benjamin Sullivan Painting of His Wife Breastfeeding Wins BP Portrait Prize

  • Hyperallergic, Claire Voon – 20th June 2017

BP Sponsorship Violates UK National Portrait Gallery’s Ethics Policy, Report Claims

  • Exuent Magazine, Jess Worth – 20th June 2017

The Myth of Acceptable Oil Sponsorship

  • Desmog UK, Mat Hope – 19th June 2017

BP’s ‘Close Association’ with Countries Accused of Human Rights Abuses Puts Gallery Sponsorship at Risk

  • The Stage, Lyn Garder – 5th June 2017

Should the arts accept oil money?

  • Stratford Observer, Maisie Jeynes – 31st May 2017

Celebs back ethical RSC tickets in stand against BP

  • The Stage, Georgia Snow – 30th May 2017

Andrew Garfield back “ethical” alternative to RSC’s £5 tickets sponsored by BP

  • DeSmog UK, Mat Hope – 23rd May 2017

Exposed: Shell’s Cosy Relationship with The National Gallery