Media

Watch my showreel (2012-20)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWPBTlOA5HA


Speaker, Opening Keynote Session – Caring for stories in a time of separation, RESET: A New Public Agenda for the Arts Conference, Adelaide, 11 November 2021

https://resetartsandculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/RESET-2021-Program.pdf


Guest Curator, 2021 Adelaide Festival of Ideas and Chair, Voice, Treaty, Truth session, July 2021

https://adelaidefestivalofideas.com.au/ and https://anchor.fm/adelaidefestivalofideas/episodes/Voice–Treaty–Truth-e14qtud


Interviewed by Aboriginal Way Podcast, SA Native Title Services, July 2021

https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/aboriginal-way/id1476795930?i=1000529668688


Interviewed by Philip Clark, Nightlife program – ABC Radio, May 2021

https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/nightlife/koori-mail/13343858


Featured in 30 30 30, a video celebrating 30 years of TANDANYA – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, July 2020

At 7:58, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wklLvFWrkQY


Live panel appearance on NITV’s The Point program, ‘It should have been NAIDOC Week’ looking at the origins of NAIDOC and how it has moved from a history of protest to a time of celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Recap at https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2020/07/09/point-recap-it-should-have-been-naidoc-week


Featured in Reconciliation Australia’s NAIDOC Week 2018 ‘Because of her, we can’ Series, 6 July 2018. 

https://twitter.com/RecAustralia/status/1015732192775933953


Featured with partner De in the successful national Marriage Equality campaign run by Marriage Equality Australia to secure marriage equality for all Australians.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLatWtBzJbU


Speaking Out with Larissa Behrendt, ABC Radio, 29 January 2017

Episode 1 – 2017, 29 January


Promo for The Drum, ABC TV, July 2016


The Drum, ABC TV, 29 August 2016

John Barron hosts Van Badham, Caroline Overington and Kirstie Parker to discuss the Nick Xenophon Team’s position on the plebiscite, Malcolm Turnbull’s 25-point plan and has Adam Giles moved on too quickly?


The Drum, ABC TV, 11 April 2016

John Barron hosts panellists Rebecca Weisser, Kim Williams and Kirstie Parker to discuss the ongoing pressure on the Government to hold a Royal Commission into banks; diplomats behaving badly and the last Electrolux fridge comes off the production line.


The Guardian, 20 April 2015

‘Is Indigenous constitutional recognition salvageable? We have to think so’

Opinion: Kirstie Parker


The Guardian, 12 February 2014

‘Closing the gap that scars Australia: stop our mob from dying prematurely’

Opinion: Kirstie Parker and Mick Gooda


Koori Mail, Edition 556, 31 July 2013

‘Co-Chairs’ vow’

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The Australian, 11 June 2013

Page 6, The Australian, 11 June 2013

 

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