Dance people share personal and inspirational experiences
Dr Phillips was an extraordinary contributor to dance in Australia, as a teacher, researcher and dance scholar. Maggi passed away in Perth on the evening of 31 March, surrounded by family and friends. Her dedication to dance practice and scholarship is well known, and she will be greatly missed by her friends and colleagues in the World Dance Alliance Asia Pacific. Here Maggi's World Dance Alliance—Asia Pacific friends share their tributes.
This panel features dynamic and diverse representation from some of Australia’s leading voices within the regional arts sector. They will engage you in a debate on notions of excellence, community engagement and being objectified as ‘regional'. Listen to the podcast and read the movement response.
Karen Veldhuizen shares her personal highlights from National Dance Forum 2015. 'I offer them to you as representative of the sense of belonging I found amongst the Australian dance community.'
Annette Carmichael responds to Andrew Morrish's National Dance Forum 2015 provocation.
Andrew Morrish, 2015 National Dance Forum facilitator, shares his vision for this forum: an NDF that embodies our diversity, its history, its present and its future, and to experience the forum as a living community.
Ausdance WA and Ausdance Victoria have their own state-based annual dance awards. Find out how they differ from the Australian Dance Awards.
Leigh Warren will be honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Australian Dance Awards for his outstanding contribution to dance as a performer, choreographer, teacher, director and mentor over four decades.
As part of developing the 2015 National Dance Forum's 'lines of focus', curatorial panel members shared their thoughts about the inherent concerns and realities affecting current professional practice in Australia. This is Matthew Day's response.
23 students participated in Sydney Dance Company's 2014 Pre-Professional training program. Two of them talk about their experience.
For people with Parkinson's disease, high quality dance classes led by trained professional teaching artists are becoming internationally acknowledged and valued as both a creative activity and an evidence-based therapeutic intervention. From my own dancer’s perspective, these classes are a beautiful and satisfying way to authentically share my own experience and passion for the art form in way that also connects to community.