Todd Dewberry found it was impossible not to be inspired by his full-time dance studies. Read more
This young dancer is now in her third year with the Queensland Ballet.
The Spring issue of 'Dance Australia' features our annual Full-Time Studies Guide which includes inspiring personal accounts by graduates of their study experience. Here, Sydney Dance Company's Mia Thompson reflects on her time at the WA Academy of Performing Arts.
Lillian Banks discusses dance, Bangarra and being Cathy Freeman.
Royal Ballet dancer, Colin Jones, went on to become a famous photojournalist. He has documented the world behind the glamour of ballet and director, Frankie Caradonna, has documented him.
What would Stephanie Lake be doing now if it wasn’t for the pandemic?
Following the departure of Jenny Kinder after 18 years, Carol Brown has stepped in to lead one of the plum jobs in dance education in Australia.
Dance is a playground for injuries but what if you’re told you have 18 months at most to live? Ian Knowles conquered brain cancer to found the Inspired Dance Film Fest Australia (IDFFA) and IDFFA Schools Festival.
Three major injuries would make any average human being rethink a career that depended on one's body. Dancers are not average human beings.
Eliza Cooper, artistic director of Sydney Experimental Arts Ensemble, remembers her time at Sydney Dance Company's Pre-Professional Year.
Every dancer will work their way through injuries during their career – sprains, strains, twists and tears. But some dancers conquer major setbacks. This series provides glimpses into what it takes to come back.
The Spring issue of 'Dance Australia' features our annual pullout Full-Time Studies Guide, which includes inspiring personal accounts by graduates of their study experience. Read Libby Rose Niederer, a company artist with the Queensland Ballet, as she looks back on her student days.
The next issue of 'Dance Australia' features our annual pullout Full-Time Studies Guide, including inspiring personal accounts by graduates of their study experience. In this sneak peek, professional choreographer LUCAS JERVIES looks back on his time as a student at the Australian Ballet School.
The blood-sucking vampire is about to stalk the West Australian Ballet’s stage again. Karen van Ulzen talks to the ballet's creator, Krzyzstof Pastor.
Meet Martelle Cho, now dancing with Norwegian Ballet 2.
Choosing to dance is choosing to be taught that life can be hard and is not always fair. But it is also choosing to experience something unique and remarkable. How can you not? Dimitri Kleiroris had to.