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Kill Climate Deniers wins the Griffin Award, yo

In 2017, Kill Climate Deniers was awarded the Griffin Theatre Playwrights Award. This is a prize for an unproduced script which Griffin gives out every year, which is a really lovely thing to receive, a grand honour and a positive sign. The best news, though, was that Griffin decided to double down on their decision […]

How to experience the Kill Climate Deniers walking tour

To celebrate the launch of the Kill Climate Deniers album, Clan Analogue and artists Reuben Ingall and David Finnigan have produced a special walking tour version at Parliament House in Canberra. This is gonna be the best way to experience the Kill Climate Deniers album for the first time. Here’s how you can take part: […]

Kill Climate Deniers at the You Are Here Festival

On Saturday 16 April I was lucky enough to be a part of the You Are Here Festival, launching the Kill Climate Deniers project. This is what happened: First, the festival and I put together a conversation event at the Canberra Museum and Gallery. Journalist Ginger Gorman, legal theorist Mark Fletcher and artist Bernie Slater gathered […]

Should projects like Kill Climate Deniers receive government funding?

When Kill Climate Deniers received government funding through ArtsACT in 2014, conservative commentators including Andrew Bolt criticised the project, and ACT Liberal Minister Brendan Smyth pushed to have the funding withdrawn. Smyth’s comments have provided us an opportunity to begin a conversation about whether or nor taxpayer funds should go to ‘political’ art, and whether […]