France-Lise McGurn

I'd like to express my solidarity to the picket line. 


313 lost jobs of those that are lowest paid and most at risk during this pandemic and maybe even worse suffering in the aftermath. Pulling any security away when things are so insecure and unknown. It's shameful. There shouldn’t have to be a gofund me page. I was part of an event called 'Social Justice' last summer as part of  Late at Tate, the irony is as subtle as a brick.


— France-Lise McGurn, artist



Representing PCS union members in Tate galleries, a member-led branch of PCS Culture Group, opposing job losses and fighting for the future of the staff at one of the United Kingdom's most iconic arts organisations.


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