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With COVID-19 keeping theatres closed, and another long lockdown in Sydney, how are our dance companies faring financially?

Get your Bangarra fix through a fascinating six-part series on the company now available on ABC Iview. The doco go takes the view behind the scenes, out back and on the bus as the company goes on tour.

The July/August/September issue of 'Dance Australia' is OUT NOW and is packed with great articles.

The Brisbane Festival has announced its program for 2021, with some of the state's top local dance companies among its highlights.

Short Sharp Dance returns to the stage and on-line in 2021. Registrations are now open for FORM Dance Projects’ beloved dance festival, Sharp Short Dance.

Australian College of Physical Education graduate, Maja Pavic, knew what she wanted to do early in her career. She talks about her journey from under-graduate to post-graduate studies.

Australian performing artists have united to present this video appeal to get vaccinated

Following its world premiere Perth Festival season in February this year, Co3 Contemporary Dance Australia is delighted to announce the release of Raewyn Hill’s 'Archives of Humanity' for a limited Encore Online Season.

Five Australians and one New Zealander are among the 15 young dancers to have been selected for the finals of the Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition (previously the Genee).

Marrugeku is turning the spotlight on Australia’s approach to locking people up.

With Sydney now in lockdown, the dance sector is once again feeling the brunt, with restrictions closing down schools in the city and limiting the numbers in the regions.

NSW Fair Trading is investigating ticket reseller Viagogo as consumer complaints against the company spike in line with the reintroduction of ticketed events.

Co3, Perth's contemporary dance company, is delighted to have secured significant financial support for its Commission Fund.

For many years, the Tanja Liedtke Foundation has had a creative association with the Hannover Choreographic Competition.

Dance companies from around Australia will come together at Arts Centre Melbourne in September to perform in a unique festival conceived and curated by the Australian Ballet’s Artistic Director David Hallberg.

The Royal Academy of Dance presented a hugely successful 2021 Festival of Dance in Perth over the long weekend in June, returning to its full strength this year after a slightly abridged event in 2020.