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Find out what's on at the OzAsia Festival.

The Victorian State Schools Spectacular will see 3000 students from more than 200 government schools perform on September 10 at Hisense Arena.

Perth-based Taffyworks invites viewers to peek inside a green world at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre next month.

Applicants for QUT’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) course are eligible for QUT’s new Vice Chancellor’s Scholarships for elite visual and performing arts, worth $30 000 each.

Congratulations to Lania Atkins, winner of the 2016 Sydney Eisteddfod Ballet Scholarship. Lania is a student of the Dance Spot (NSW).

Find out about upcoming Dance for PD teacher training workshops.

The Australian Ballet’s newest principal, Robyn Hendricks, has had to overcome serious injury on her journey to the top, writes Karen van Ulzen.

Brisbane Festival has a diverse range of dance events on offer this year.

Queensland University of Technology’s new dance and movement studios will be officially opened as part of the CreateX Festival on Sunday 28 August.

WAAPA invites prospective students to its Open Day on Sunday 14 August.

Melbourne dance lovers are in for a treat, with an eclectic line-up in of dance works in the program.

Jack Chambers has found more dancing opportunities at home than abroad, writes Karen van Ulzen.

ONE of Israel’s leading dance companies is about to make its Sydney debut with a new work called Horses in the Sky.

Chunky Move's annual "Next Move" season includes new works by Melanie Lane and Jo Lloyd & Nicola Gunn.

The August/September issue of Dance Australia is out now and it's jam-packed with articles and reviews… AND the 2017 Full Time Studies Guide.