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Though Melbourne has had to return to lockdown, in other States we are seeing festivals and companies begin to announce dates for major events and mainstage performances.

The Youth America Grand Prix is holding a series of Zoom classes timed especially for dancers in Australian time zones.

Queensland Ballet Academy will be hosting its first ever event designed specifically for male dancers, Boys ONLY Workshop, 14-15 August at the school’s new home in Kelvin Grove.

Applications are open for the 2020 Rob Guest Endowment.

If you’ve got questions about what accessible dance looks like, then you’ll be interested in am upcoming free public forum about accessible dance education, training and practice.

Asia TOPA will be joining the world of online offerings this month, with Asia TOPA: Connected, a series of archival performances, mini – documentaries and podcasts.

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Australian Kiely Groenewegen is lapping up life in the Big Apple.

Kellymarie Sullivan called on her love for dance to pull her through a major health crisis, writes Karen van Ulzen.

Dancers can expect to audition many times during their careers, for many different gigs, and most will experience the disappointment of not getting the job. How do you bounce back?

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Having acting skills and techniques adds an essential dimension of communication and expression to a dancer's art, writes Sally Clark.

Are students’ attentions spans getting shorter? Are politeness and courtesy outdated concepts? Just how do teachers compete with digital distractions in a class?

Fouettes are a moment when the human body gambles with the forces of nature – gravity, torsion and speed, writes Karen van Ulzen.