Stop San Francisco From Paying $750,000 To “Artist” Who Killed Dog https://secure2.convio.net/ida/site/Advocacycmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1969
In 1977, Brooklyn resident Tom Otterness went to his local animal shelter, adopted a homeless dog, took him home, chained him to a fence, and shot him. He filmed the act, called it “Shot Dog Film,” and claimed it was art. Now Otterness may receive $750,000 from the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to create 59 bronze sculptures for the city’s Moscone Subway Station. He recently lost a contract for the same amount in New York City. This is your taxpayer money. If you don’t want your taxes spent this way, please speak up.