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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.

Features

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…

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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…

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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.

Opinions & Analysis

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…

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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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Review: The Spinners, Adelaide Festival Centre

Dense with interpretive connotations, The Spinners is an hour-long homage to the Fates of Greek mythology.

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Review: Bangarra's Dark Emu at Sydney Opera House

There is no single hero in Bangarra, despite there being plenty of heroism.

Career Advice

Career spotlight: Contemporary dancer

Three dance professionals, from Bangarra, Australian Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company, offer advice for aspiring dancers and shed light…

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