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Our 2022 Full-Time Studies Guide is full of interviews with students or former students talking directly about their experience. Look out for the Sep/Oct/Nov issue - OUT SOON - or subscribe and never miss an issue. Meanwhile, here is a sneak peek.

Our 2020 Full-Time Studies Guide is nearly ready, and is chockers with interviews with students or former students talking directly about their experience. Here is a sneak peek!

Dance writer and critic Lee Christofis was made a Member of the General Division (AM) in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours. To mark his achievement, 'Dance Australia' asked him the impossible - to nominate some highlights of his 60 years of watching dance.

Peta Anderson, who is a champion Irish dancer, a tap dancer AND a master of the “the triple threat’ of music theatre, is the brains behind 'Eireborne', the "rock show" Irish dance show.

Karli Dinardo was tasked with conducting auditions for ‘Moulin Rouge’ in Australia for the NY team. She chats with Sally Clark.

Marie Walton-Mahon's lifetime devoted to dance was recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list. Former pupil Belle Beasley pays tribute.

The word “independent” seems so powerful. It suggests agency, self-sufficiency and freedom. Susan Bendall gains an insight into how it is possible to survive when you go it alone.

The Australasian Dance Collective will stage the Australian premiere of Hofesh Shechter's 'Cult' in Brisbane next week. The famous choreographer spoke to Susan Bendall about his affection for this early work and his trust in Amy Hollingsworth.

Australian Ballet soloist Nathan Brook is this year's winner of the Telstra Ballet Dancer of the Year Award.

Choosing a new career after retiring from dance can be difficult, but Chantel Roulston loves being a Pilates instructor as much as she loved being a dancer.

Natalie Allen chats about Julia Gillard and representing THAT speech in dance.

Australian Ballet Resident Choreographer Alice Topp talks to Dance Australia's Emma Sandall about the challenges a ballerina faces in finding her creative voice. Enjoy!

Chris Horsey is the choreographer for 'Wakefield', the new Australian television psychological mystery series. He discusses his next big ideas with Sally Clark.

Caterina Mete gives Susan Bendall the wobble on a being a wiggle.

Demand for pointe shoes in a wider range of skin tones is growing. Taylor Venter explores the issue and its relation to diversity in ballet.

'Dance Australia' caught up with the choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler, and found out what it was like auditioning and staging the show via virtual technology from New York.