Professor David Throsby AO to speak at National Dance Forum 2017

We are thrilled to announce our third key speaker for National Dance Forum 2017—David Throsby, Distinguished Professor of Economics at Macquarie University.

David ThrosbyDavid Throsby, Distinguished Professor of Economics at Macquarie University in Sydney.

David is internationally recognised for his research and writing on the economics of art and culture. 

His current research interests include the economic circumstances of creative artists, culture in sustainable economic development, heritage economics, the creative industries, and the relationships between economic and cultural policy. 

His recent books include Economics and Culture (2001) and The Economics of Cultural Policy (2010), both published by Cambridge University Press.

In 2004 he was involved in an international research project on dancers’ transition, and published a short monograph Dance in Australia: A Profile.

About the National Dance Forum 2017

  • Dates: 25–26 September 2017 
  • Venue: Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Victoria.

The National Dance Forum will bring together makers, producers and presenters to discuss and share knowledge on current digital practices and technological developments. The two-day forum will focus on strengthening the dance sector’s capacity within the digital domain.

Register for the 2017 National Dance Forum.

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National Dance Forum 2017

The 2017 National Dance Forum will bring together makers, producers and presenters to discuss and share knowledge on current digital practices and technological developments. The two-day forum will focus on strengthening the dance sector’s capacity within the digital domain.

News / Blog / Press Releases / Events

Registrations open for National Dance Forum 2017

Registrations for National Dance Forum 2017 have opened. The last three forums have sold out in advance, so book early to make sure you're part of the most important dance discussion in Australia. Register here: tix.yt/natdanceforum2017