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Telling our story: how BlakDance are supporting artists and growing audiences

From professional development and residency programs to producing artist developments On Country, BlakDance has had a busy 2018 and shows…


How dance connects First Peoples on the world stage

The opportunity to explore cultural connections goes well beyond the sharing of art – it connects with cultural values; our…


Review: Dancenorth's Dust, Brisbane Festival

A powerful piece of contemporary dance that flirts with potentially heavy-handed imagery but never succumbs to the obvious or the…


More skills and training required as mature dance sector grows

As our population ages, older Australians’ access to dance practice and training will become increasingly important.


Full circle: Tasdance’s new Artistic Director on coming home to Launceston

Almost two decades after leaving Tasmania, Adam Wheeler returns with an enriched skill set. He talks about telling stories, rejecting…


Review: Tracks Dance Company's In Your Blood, Darwin Festival

Featuring a cast of 40 and the work of seven choreographers, In Your Blood finds the sweet spot between sport…


New dance program en pointe for students

A new partnership between The McDonald College and Sydney Dance Company ensures students no longer need to prioritise dance training…

Review: Buried Country, The Beginning of Nature & Baker Boy, Darwin Festival

Impressions and critical reflections on the opening weekend of this year’s Darwin Festival by our Performing Arts Editor, Richard Watts.

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More than just art: youth, dance, and community

Support, connection, self-trust and being truly heard: for young people in Launceston, Stompin is far more than just a youth…


Naya Wa Yugali (We Dance): The future starts here for young Indigenous dancers

Auditions for the 2019 intake at NAISDA Dance College are now open and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged…

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