Ausdance has, for nearly forty years, been at the forefront of inspiring, supporting and informing the dance community in Australia. Working with and for artists, we want to see dance take its place as a premier and integral activity in Australia.
The University of Sydney, in collaboration with Ausdance National, is conducting research into injuries in professional dancers.
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In an interconnection between theory and practice, artist/scholars and artist/teachers share the latest advances, tools and discoveries in the dance profession.
Minimum standards for dance teaching and ways teachers can maintain or upgrade their teaching skills. Effective teaching methods, Safe Dance ® practice & professional business practice for studio teachers.
Peggy van Praagh with student Kathy Hourigan at Bryan Lawrence School of Ballet Canberra, the 1970s. Photo: Don Gallagher
Educating, inspiring and supporting the dance community in reaching its potential as a dynamic force within local, national and international communities.