Protest The Percolator

Please see the alert from United Poultry Concerns below.

Here is the current board of directors for The Percolator. Slaughter is not art. Make your voices heard.

Dave Loewenstein, chair

Jordan Yochim, vice chair

Christina Hoxie, secretary

Eric Farnsworth, treasurer

KT Walsh

Kelly Kearns

Craig Comstock

Rachael Perry

Peter Wright

Laura Ramberg

Urge The Percolator Not to Be Part of Slaughtering Chickens for “Art” in Lawrence, Kansas

On February 8 we published an alert that a Lawrence, KS “artist,” Amber Hansen, was planning a chicken slaughter “art” exhibit sponsored by the University of Kansas’s Spencer Museum of Art: Protest Chicken Slaughter “Art” Project in Lawrence, Kansas.

Comments and letters posted to the Spencer Museum Facebook page and The Kansas City Star
( overwhelmingly oppose the “Story of Chickens: A Revolution.” Check out those Comments!

Quick background: Five chickens are scheduled to be wheeled around town in a fancy coop starting March 30. On April 21, the coop is scheduled to close and the birds are to be slaughtered in a communal bloodfest celebrating “respect for animals” at the Lawrence Percolator, a nonprofit project space of the Lawrence Corporation for the Advancement of Visual Arts. (Note: Restaurant 715, originally set to prepare the dead chickens for the meal, has canceled out. Yay!)

What Should I Do?

Please urge The Percolator to cancel its agreement to provide space for the chickens to be slaughtered at its location. Urge The Percolator to withdraw its support from and involvement with this project. The only reason The Percolator, Spencer Museum, Rockets Grants, Amber Hansen and their allies can get away with calling this fascist project “art” is because society abuses farmed animals with impunity and vested interests can exploit the total helplessness of chickens especially and clothe their cruelty in cheap rhetoric about “humane” farming, “free expression,” and fostering “public dialogue.” Tell The Percolator to WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE. Sticking knives in animals’ throats is Not art. And it certainly is not “revolutionary.”

Lawrence Percolator
Attn: Eric Farnsworth
Post a Comment at: The Story of Chickens

Also Contact:
Dr. Saralyn Reece Hardy, Director of the Spencer Museum of Art and an original Advisory Committee Member of The Percolator. Email: SRH@KU.EDU. Copy all correspondences to:

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