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Arts educator, choreographer and administrator Amanda Phillips has been honoured with the 2023 Ausdance SA Association Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Arts and Education’.

Melbourne’s Arts House, the mult-arts performance venue based in the old North Melbourne Town Hall, is calling for Expressions of Interest for its CultureLAB and The Warehouse Residency for 2024.

Australian Dance Theatre has just finished its performance program for the year with a celebration of new talent at its home at the Odeon in Norwood in Adelaide.

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This double bill of Frederick Ashton's works makes for a satisfying night of ballet, filled with lush costumes, scintillating music and a range of vividly drawn roles for the dancers, writes Geraldine Higginson.

Australasian Dance Collective (ADC) has again pushed the envelope with its latest work, writes Denise Richardson

Geraldine Higginson reviews two similar sounding but very different works.

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Nina Osmanova loves to pass on to her students the knowledge she gained through her own training in the Vaganova system.

From sport, to Circus Oz, to dancer with DV8 and then artistic director of Cirque du Soleil: meet the enormously talented Robert Tannion.

Mining and dancing are a natural fit for this teacher in Singleton, NSW.

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How much and how often should young dancers train? How early should they specialise?

What is contemporary dance technique? It’s a seemingly benign question, but for many dancers, attempting to explain modern and contemporary ways of moving through the loaded term “technique” is altogether too rigid, writes Belle Beasley.

Auditions are just one way to break into the dance industry in 2023. Leila Lois talks to company directors about ways dancers can create their own job opportunities.