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Kate Grenville

'Making Stories'

Making Stories An interview with Kate Grenville
Video: 3 minutes

Australian writer Kate Grenville discusses her career and portrait by Jenny Sages.

This video was produced with funds donated by Tim Fairfax AC.

Video transcript

2 portraits

1 Kate (Kate Grenville), 2012 Jenny Sages. © Jenny Sages. 2 Kate Grenville, 2008 Tim Georgeson. © Tim Georgeson.

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Kate Grenville

'The secret river'

Portrait story

Kate Grenville reads a passage from her novel The secret river and describes its creation.

Each morning when I wake up I put on my mothers face, 2000
Each morning when I wake up I put on my mothers face, 2000
Each morning when I wake up I put on my mothers face, 2000
Each morning when I wake up I put on my mothers face, 2000

Paths to portraiture

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2010

The life and art of Australian artist Jenny Sages is on display in the exhibition Paths to Portraiture.

Irina Baronova (handing on the baton)
Irina Baronova (handing on the baton)
Irina Baronova (handing on the baton)
Irina Baronova (handing on the baton)

Handing on the baton

Magazine article by Michael Desmond, 2009

Michael Desmond explores the life of ballerina Irina Baranova through the portrait by Australian artist Jenny Sages.

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