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Gabrielle McClinton and Leslie Bell talk about the challenges and gifts that Pippin has placed in front of them.

The WA Academy of Performing is soon to get a brand new home in the heart of Perth.

An exquisite trailer for the Hong Kong Ballet's 2020/21 season makes the challenges of this year seem a little smaller.

Ballet Gesellschaft Hannover’s choreography competition, one of the most prestigious international dance competitions, is accepting submissions.

Applications are open for all NSW dancers with experience in choreography and performance to explore their dance practice in a collaboration hosted by FORM Dance Projects.

A free double pass worth $218 is up for grabs and all you have to do is fill in your details to go into the draw.

Make sure you vote in Round 2 to give you favourite a chance of winning.

Sydney Dance Company has kicked off the State Government's year-long festival celebrating NSW’s public spaces with its 'Dance Locale' series.

A dance program that incontrovertibly bears out the old adage that necessity is the mother of (often wonderful) invention.

David McAllister’s whole life has been the Australian Ballet. Now, after having held one of the country’s most glamorous jobs for 20 years, he has decided to step down. 'Soar, a life freed by dance' is his farewell autobiography.

Voting for Sydney Eisteddfod’s Crowd Favourite Performances is open.

Adamek has already made a significant contribution to Australian dance, theatre, music and film as an independent artist, creative producer, researcher and leader.

Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performance students now have until Friday 23 October to apply to join NAISDA Dance College in 2021.

Artistic director, Danielle Micich, is working with fourteen young people as they choreograph their first performance with Paul Capsis, Pamela Rabe and Olwen Fouéré.

The Spring Issue of 'Dance Australia' is packed with great reading. Here is just a sample of the stories on offer:

It has been a disruptive year for Chunky Move but one silver lining for artistic director, Antony Hamilton, is knowing that a dancer carries what is meaningful to them everywhere they go.