The Adelaide Festival has announced that the acclaimed dancer-choreographer Akram Khan will return in 2018 with his last solo full-length stage performance piece, XENOS. Read more
De Quincey Co is delighted to invite EOI from professional dancers, artists and wild cards to participate in improvisation research lab IMPRO-EXCHANGE with Frank Van De Ven Bodyweather Amsterdam.
The Russian Ballet International and Waverley Council in Sydney are collaborating to bring the Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive to Bondi Beach.
A season of emotion is coming from West Australian Ballet, with a program ranging from world premieres to old favourites.
Dance Australia congratulates the eight artists who have been selected to create work for the 2018 Keir Choreographic Award.
The Australian Ballet is known for being one of the world’s hardest-working ballet companies, and looking at the 2018 line-up, it’s easy to see why!
"I am a dancer”. How those words ring with passion and pride! They are the summation of hard-won hopes and dreams, proof of your special gifts.
Independent dance artist Lisa Limosani and Indigenous dance group Tal-Kin-Jeri are among those to have received grants in a record sum of $85k worth of grants given out by the Adelaide Fringe.
Melbourne City Ballet's next production is 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz', which it will bring to audiences in Melbourne and Tasmania.
Sydney Dance Company has announced a “revitalisation” of its home at Pier 4 as part of the landmark redevelopment of the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct under the NSW Government.
Queensland Ballet has announced its 2018 line-up. Entitled “For Every Dreamer”, the season has an emphasis on story ballets and fantasies.
Choreographer and winner of the Best Dance Award at the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival, Nebahat Erpolat, is returning to the festival to present her new work Shop I Am.
This dance project will bring together 70 dancers at Fremantle Arts Centre.
Accolades were in abundance at this year’s Australian Dance Awards, held at the Playhouse at Arts Centre Melbourne on Sunday night. So too were tears, affection, laughter and warmth.
The October/November issue of Dance Australia is here and it’s packed full of features and news, including our annual careers special!