Who were the most outstanding dancers of 2019? What was the most outstanding performance? We have asked our critics to answer these questions and more for our annual CRITICS’ SURVEY, published in the Feb/March 'Dance Australia' - OUT SOON! Read more
Applications for the Marten Bequest scholarship and the Lady Mollie Isabelle Askin Ballet scholarship are now open.
Still want to enter our Instagram competition? The deadline has been extended to 20 January, 2020!
When Perth ballet dancer Brianna Scotford (17) commenced dance classes at her local ballet school at the age of two, no-one could have predicted that her passion would become her career.
When Ausdance National announced its closure in August last year, many, including the members of its own network of state branches, vowed to keep it going – and they have.
Melbourne is currently playing host to Asia TOPA, a three-month-long festival of arts from the Asia-Pacific region.
South Australia has experienced some savage cuts to arts funding. Maggie Tonkin examines how the independent dance scene in particular has suffered.
An exciting future lies ahead for talented Perth ballet dancer, Noah Benzie-Drayton, writes Michelle Dursun.
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s 2020 season will see the company present two major Australian tours.
Maggie Tonkin checks out ADT Youth Ensemble's final performance for 2019.
The Royal Academy of Dance’s Victorian/Tasmanian panel held its annual Kathleen Gorham Memorial Awards, along with the Audrey Nicholls Higher Grade Awards, at the studios of The Australian Ballet, Sunday 10 November.
The Sharp Short Dance Festival is an annual event that supports the development of young dance artists.