Congratulations to Kristina Chan who received the Ausdance National Peggy van Praagh Choreographic Fellowship at the 2017 Australian Dance Awards on Sunday 24 September 2017.
The annual Australian Dance Awards (ADAs) recognise and honour professional Australian dance artists who have made an outstanding contribution to Australian dance.
TThe 2017 ADAs were presented by Ausdance Victoria, Harlequin Floors and Ausdance National on Sunday 24 September at Arts Centre Melbourne.
Congratulations to the winners and all the shortlisted nominees! And the winners are....
Kim will provide an exploration and scan of the creative technology intersection—from the beginnings of the digital age and beyond.
It is all systems go at Ausdance National in light of the upcoming Australian Dance Awards and National Dance Forum—which are only a handful of weeks away! The shortlisted nominees, and the LIfetime Achievement and Hall of Fame recipients have been announced already. The invited speakers and presenters for the 2017 NDF are shaping up to be exceptionally exciting, and the announcement of the final program will be out very soon. Please ensure you book your ADA tickets and register for the NDF as soon as possible as tickets to both events are selling fast!
- When: 8 to 13 July 2018
- Where: Adelaide, South Australia
- Registrations: Earlybird registrations are on sale until 1 February 2018.
Panpapanpalya 2018 will be one of the world’s largest gatherings of dancers, dance educators, and artists of all ages, generating new thoughts and ideas for dance learning and teaching in the 21st century.
Panpapanpalya 2018 will be centered on four interwoven themes: dance, gathering, generations, learning.
These themes, summarised by the Aboriginal Kaurna word Panpapanpalya, honour Australia’s rich Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance practices, as well as indigenous dance cultures from around the world.
Babies, young children, school and university students, dance artists, community and cultural workers, parents and carers, as well as educators, will be involved as participants and presenters—coming from diverse backgrounds and countries all over the world.
The congress will include intercultural dance experiences across generations and new learning through presentations, social interaction and debate.
For more info, please visit the congress website.
Panpapanpalya is the second joint Dance Congress organized by dance and the Child international (daCi) and World Dance Alliance (WDA)