Sasha Grishin on printmaking & artists' books in Melbourne State Library of Victoria Published on Apr 20, 2015: Professor Sasha Grishin discusses how printmaking and artists' books have flourished in the past decade – with Melbourne emerging as the major Australian centre of these activities (Standard YouTube License)
Sasha Grishin on ST Gill: The artist as social commentator State Library of Victoria Published on Aug 23, 2015: Hear Professor Sasha Grishin in conversation with Virginia Trioli discussing the social commentary in the work of ST Gill, the subject of the State Library's winter 2015 exhibition, Australian sketchbook (Standard Youtube License)
Sasha Grishin on contemporary artists' books State Library of Victoria Published on Mar 29, 2015: Sasha Grishin explores the space where printmaking and the artist book intersect (Standard Youtube License)
WAMA Sasha Grishin Published on Nov 25, 2014: Sasha Grishin AM FAHA, Adjunct Professor of Art History at the Australian National University recognises the importance of WAMA as a project of both national and international significance, housing a priceless collection of wildlife art. Click to listen to his passionate speech in support of WAMA at the formal launch in Melbourne.
2014 Dundas Memorial Lecture - Writing a history of Australian art Published on Dec 10, 2014: Presented biennially, the Dundas Memorial Lecture features significant new scholarship on the history of Australian art. The Gallery has invited Professor Sasha Grishin from the Australian National University to present the 2014 lecture in light of his recent publication Australian art: a history. There have been numerous histories of Australian art published, by William Moore (1934), Herbert Badham (1949), Bernard Smith (1962), Robert Hughes (1966), Christopher Allen (1997), Andrew Sayers (2001) and John McDonald (2008, ongoing). In this lecture, Sasha will discuss what distinguishes his new survey from its predecessors. At over 600 pages, the book presents a detailed analysis of the development of Australian art from early rock art through to the present, examining Indigenous and non-Indigenous art as an on-going dialectic (Standard YouTube License)
Artist Interview: Yvonne Audette Published on Aug 29, 2014: Interview by Sasha Grishin at the 2014 Melbourne Art Fair (Standard YouTube License) Video by Danielle Singleton (www.daniellesingleton.com.au)
Lithography in the age of ST Gill State Library Victoria
Published on Jun 28, 2015: Produced in association with the State Library Victoria exhibition Australian sketchbook: Colonial life and the art of ST Gill, this video describes the lithographic printing process, which became popular in the 19th century. Listen as exhibition curator Professor Sasha Grishin describes the process and its use by ST Gill, the most significant colonial artist working in Australia in the mid-19th century. Australian sketchbook: Colonial life and the art of ST Gill is a free exhibition presented in partnership with the National Library of Australia. This video was produced with the assistance of the Australian Print Workshop. Australian sketchbook: Colonial life and the art of ST Gill State Library Victoria 2015 National Library of Australia 2016 slv.vic.gov.au/Australian-sketchbook (Standard YouTube License)