Artists

Antony Hamilton springs into the room wearing his trademark knitted beanie. Today it's yellow, and matches his bright orange t-shirt, colours that fit in well with the orange and rust décor of the building . . .

Bangarra's present program is not only an innovative meeting of minds between two dance veterans from different parts of the world, but also a rekindling of a unique dancework, writes Karen van Ulzen.

Ahead of the premiere of her new work 'The Right', Katrina Rank tells Nina Levy all about her work with older dancers.

Dance artists must take responsibility for creating a demand for their services, writes Sue Healey in her recently published essay, 'Capturing the Vanishing'.

Australian dancer Duncan Lyle talks about his path to dancing with American Ballet Theatre.

Composer Walter Robins tells Nina Levy about his new ballet score, 'The Amber Necklaces'.

Margaret Mercer is a writer and critic for Dance Australia … but did you know that she danced with West Australian Ballet for many years?

As part of our Full-Time Studies Guide, Dutch National Ballet principal Remi Wortmeyer gives his advice to students.

As part of our 2020 Full-Time Studies Guide, we asked a number of graduates to describe their experience as full-time students.

A graduate of Pevnev Ballet Academy in Perth, Tamika Farrugia is now studying at Canada's Alberta Ballet School.

Alexandra is now studying at the Houston Ballet Academy in the US.

An interview with the founder and artistic director of Shaun Parker & Company.

Karen van Ulzen talks to David McAllister about his decision to step down from The Australian Ballet in 2020

Telea Jensen describes her journey to joining the Sydney Dance Company Pre-Professional Year on full scholarship.

Matthew and Oliver Edwardson share more than just identical DNA, discovers Nina Levy.