Nina Levy talks to the WA Academy of Performing Arts’s Molly Tipping to find out how you can develop your core stability and mobility.

What age should you leave school and begin full-time dance? Emma Sandall asks Lisa Pavane, director of the Australian Ballet School.

"Wayne McGregor has demonstrated how much of a waste it can be for mature artists simply to be put out to pasture as non-dancing kings, queens, eccentrics and crones.” – Judith Mackrell, 2015

There are many ways to stay in touch with dance, even if you're not dancing!

Don’t get too dependent on your daily fix, warns Fiona Sutherland.

Meet Adrian Burnett, director of dance at the Australia Council.

Should we be dancing in front of mirrors all the time? Mirrors are a wonderful tool when used strategically. But they are rarely used strategically. Instead we face them all day long . . .

Michelle Dursun reminds us that the little steps that matter.

Behind every ballet you see and behind every dancer on stage there is a person who remains for the most part unacknowledged - the ballet master. One such person is Tristan Message, Ballet Master at the Australian Ballet since 2012.

In Dance Australia's 2017 Careers Special, we look at all the career options that exist in the dance industry and beyond. Zoe Ventoura, stage and screen actor, shares her story of moving from dancing to acting.

In the language of dance, connecting steps are as important to ballet as pronouns and prepositions are to a sentence.

Is it more enjoyable to dance repertoire or new creations? Matthew Lawrence offers his perspective.

Thousands of artists apply for grants every year. How do you make sure your application stands out?

Recent graduate Taree Sansbury shares her experiences and advice about choosing a full-time course.

How do you define a musical dancer? Karen van Ulzen asked Nicolette Fraillon, chief conductor for the Australian Ballet.