Over the coming months Dance Australia will be talking to Australian dance companies and collectives, and indepenent dance artists, to find out how they are handling the challenges that COVID-19 has presented.
With New York enduring the highest outbreak of Covid-19 in the US, it's no surprise to learn that New York City's dance sector has taken a hit. Susan Reiter reports.
Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM, one of the Australian dance sectors greatest pioneers, is the subject of a painting by Anthea da Silva that has won the visual artist the inaugural $75,000 Darling Portrait Prize.
Kristian Fredrikson: Designer is a book by Michelle Potter, that examines the life and career of the acclaimed designer.
Just seeing all the cancellations and postponements as a list really does bring home the dramatic impact of the coronavirus on our dance community.
The Australian Ballet has announced that David Hallberg has been appointed as the next artistic director of The Australian Ballet, commencing 2021.
The special audition issue of Dance Australia (June/July) closes for advertising bookings on Monday April 9 and goes on sale May 24.
The four finalists of the Keir Choreographic Award will present their works at Sydney's Carriageworks, March 12-14.
The stage is set for first Brisbane International Ballet Grand Prix - a new competition that is aimed at equalling the world's top international competitions in scope and prestige.
The Keir Choreographic Award Semi-Finals are being held at Dancehouse in Melbourne as we post this article - from March 3-7 - ahead of the Finals which will be held at Sydney’s Carriageworks, March 12-14.