Melbourne’s Arts House, the mult-arts performance venue based in the old North Melbourne Town Hall, is calling for Expressions of Interest for its CultureLAB and The Warehouse Residency for 2024.
Australian Dance Theatre has just finished its performance program for the year with a celebration of new talent at its home at the Odeon in Norwood in Adelaide.
The West Australian Ballet (WAB) has announced its 2024 season under its interim Artistic Director, David McAllister.
Impulstanz, the Vienna International Dance Festival in Austria, is calling for applications for its 2024 training and education program.
The director of the Australian Ballet School, Lisa Pavane, has announced she will step down from the post in June next year.
Three distinct Melbourne (Naarm) solo artists will premiere new works at the atmospheric Substation in Port Melbourne in December.
Qld Ballet's artistic director says the company does not receive its fair share of Federal Government funding, putting it at a huge disadvantage compared with its peers. We print his speech in full here.
Dance students at the West Australian Academy of the Performing Arts are about to leap onto the stage for a stunning program of contemporary dance and classical ballet, called "Verge".
Following a rigorous selection process, the candidates for the next Prix de Lausanne, to be held in Switzerland in 2024, have been announced.
The annual summer arts feast, which runs from January 5 to 28, has a healthy contingent of dance productions, from local artists as well as visiting companies.
We are looking for music theatre writer to join our freelance team.
It's World Ballet Day today! Now in its 10th year, this on-line event is a feast for ballet-lovers!
The October/November/December print issue of Dance Australia is OUT NOW and packed with essential reading!
Australians excelled at the Royal Academy of Dance's Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition were held in London over the weekend.
The internationally renown choreographic partnership of Russell Maliphant and Dana Fouras is holding workshops in three Australian cities.
More than 350 performers in 25 dance groups will represent over 30 nations and clans in a joyous celebration of First Nations music, dance and culture.