Artists

Tyrone Anthony trained at Spectrum Dance Studios in Sydney and is now fulfilling his dreams at the Royal Palace Music Hall in Paris.

Watch Jack talk about his favourite memory: performing the Grand Pas de deux from 'Don Quixote' at a school performance.

After being postponed due to Covid restrictions, 'Objekt' by Garry Stewart is finally returning for an exclusive Adelaide season. Maggie Tonkin talks to the choreographer on the eve of his departure from ADT.

Gaynor Hicks was set on working with Justin Bieber – and her persistence paid off, writes Sally Clark.

Two Australian performers are about to make their debut at the Lido in Paris, writes Hillary Sukhonos.

Patience is the key, writes this Youth Ballet WA graduate.

This National College of Dance graduate is now dancing in Germany.

Performing on the National Theatre stage in Melbourne is a memory that will last forever for Amber Mitchell-Knight.

Two things became very clear to Liam Berg during his full-time studies, he writes.

A healthy work-life balance was an important discovery for this WAAPA graduate

Our Full-Time Studies Guide is packed with experiences of former students.

The 2022 Full-Time Studies Guide is OUT NOW! In this sneak peek, Sydney College of Dance graduate Jessica Eksteen describes her experience.

An Adelaide College of Arts graduate shares her story.

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.