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NAISDA Dance College students recently joined with the NT Dance Company in Darwin and traditional Yolngu artists from Miku Performing Arts, based in East Arnhem Land, for a unique collaboration.

The Royal Academy of Dance held this year's Fonteyn Competition entirely on-line, in what turned out to be a remarkable achievement for all concerned.

The committee of World Ballet School Day is inviting ballet schools to participate in this year’s edition of the annual event.

The Australian Ballet has welcomed Alexander Rodrigues as the latest recipient of the Robert and Elizabeth Albert Conducting Fellowship.

The Australia Council has provided a list of Covid-19 funding assistance for the arts.

In her long role with the Sydney Eisteddfod, Piroozi Desai-Keane has made a huge contribution to Australian cultural life. When she leaves this year, she will be hard to replace.

See our list of top schools, read the experiences of recent dance graduates, and enjoy our article by Emma Sandall on maintaining your momentum as you progress through your course.

Through STRUT’s Place Makers WA program, members of the contemporary group are being invited to apply for two places to create a new work for this year’s "site-responsive" contemporary art festival.

The Australian Ballet has decided not to proceed with any of its remaining Melbourne season this year, because of the continuing uncertainty caused by the spread of Covid-19.

Tasmanian youth dance company DRILL is presenting its major annual production, Leviathan, at the Theatre Royal’s studio theatre in Hobart in August.

Chrissie Parrott is bringing back her 1986 'Facade' in a re-imagined and 'brutal-baroque' gallery experience.

South Australian dance and film lovers are in for a mini-winter festival with the presentation of the spectacular FLOW: Dance On Screen Series.

In this documentary, the legendary dancer Sylvie Guillem gives an interview for the first time since her retirement, inviting Daniil Simkin to her home to chat amongst olive trees, pastures, and her pets.

When this year’s Australian Youth Dance Festival (AYDF) was cancelled in July due to Covid-19 outbreaks in NSW, many young dancers from around the country were disappointed . . .

Sneek peek! See what's inside the July/August/September issue - out now.

This year’s Melbourne International Film Festival is presenting a number of fascinating dance films, presented as part of the 'Bodies in Motion' short films bundle, all of which can be streamed.