The Youth America Grand Prix is holding a series of Zoom classes timed especially for dancers in Australian time zones.

Queensland Ballet Academy will be hosting its first ever event designed specifically for male dancers, Boys ONLY Workshop, 14-15 August at the school’s new home in Kelvin Grove.

Applications are open for the 2020 Rob Guest Endowment.

If you’ve got questions about what accessible dance looks like, then you’ll be interested in am upcoming free public forum about accessible dance education, training and practice.

Catch the Australian Ballet School and the New Zealand School of Dance online this month, in celebration of World Ballet School Day.

Asia TOPA will be joining the world of online offerings this month, with Asia TOPA: Connected, a series of archival performances, mini – documentaries and podcasts.

Last week’s announcement of a $250 million support package for the cultural and creative industries sounds impressive but how much of this money will trickle down to Australia’s many freelance and casual dance artists and teachers?

Be part of Dance Australia’s annual Full-Time Studies Guide – contact us now to secure your spot in the guide.

Congratulations to Amari Leiva Urzula (13 years), who has been awarded first prize at a highly competitive international flamenco competition held in Spain.

Bangarra's Associate Artistic Director Frances Rings was recently interviewed on the Beyond the Curtain podcast.

Dancer Jana Castillo will join performers from a range of artforms at Platform Live, a one-day online festival of performance, video, art and discussions by artists with disabilities from across Australia.

Congratulations to Australian Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Garry Stewart, whose short film 'The Circadian Cycle' (2019) has been awarded Best Experimental Short at the Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF).

Force Majeure is back in the studio, with programs for young and not-so-young artists.

Now you can watch the full back catalogue of the Keir Choreographic Award online.

The deadline to submit nominations for the Australian Dance Awards has been extended to Monday 20 July.

A short documentary about Chengwu Guo, principal dancer with the Australian Ballet, is currently online to view for free as part of this year's St Kilda Film Festival.