A show to die for
Chronically ill and disabled people are already familiar with judging risks to their lives. What can they teach the performing…
The road to inclusivity for First Nations dancers in Australian ballet
Ella Havelka and Evie Ferris are trailblazers in a deeply traditional and elitist artform. They call for a more nurturing…
How Australians are surviving lockdown through the arts
New research by Frederic Kiernan, Anthony Chmiel, Sandra Garrido, Martha Hickey, and Jane W. Davidson looks at the role of…
Arts sponsorship raises ethical questions
Can Perth have an ethical and sustainable Fringe Festival?
Tasmania dances out of lockdown
Writer Lesley Graham takes a retrospective look at Tasmania's dance sector, highlighting the range of works performed in late 2020…
How we're losing the history of Australian dance
Adelaide dance lecturer Dr Jeff Meiners remembers Ausdance National's many initiatives for Indigenous dance.
What’s next for Australian dance?
As Ausdance National closes, Colm O’Callaghan reflects on the National Dance Forum, contemplating Indigenous practice and investigating future advocacy.
Capturing dance’s disappearing act
Looking for bigger audiences and permanence for dance experiences led Sue Healey to film as a way of capturing the…
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…
Hate sport? Just dance
Health advocates are promoting dance as a fitness alternative with broad public appeal.