Ausdance NSW

Our focus spans all fields of professional development, regional and community involvement, education and social inclusion. We run regular contemporary dance classes for professional dancers, a professional development program called the Master Series and the CreateDance Residency Program. Members keep up-to-date with dance events and people in NSW with our fortnightly e-news.

Contact Ausdance NSW

T 02 9256 4800


Director: Michelle Silby
Manager: Kiri Morcombe
Projects and Program Manager / Acting Manager: Claire Gammon
Arts Administrator: Chris Mifsud
Marketing Manager: Lauren Vassallo


Lvl 3, 10 Hickson Road, Arts Exchange Building
The Rocks NSW 2000

Connect with Ausdance NSW


Creative Ageing Forum pack

On Monday 29 October, Ausdance NSW held the ‘Creative Ageing Forum’. We consulted with our sector and brought together a cross-section of academics, producers and program providers to discuss their current practice and the challenges working within this rapidly growing sector of the Australian population.


AYDF 2012 video diary

If you’ve ever wondered what happens each day of the festival, this video diary from the last AYDF gives you a taste of the festival experience. How does it feel to perform in a professional theatre before your peers? What type of dance will we make with the choreographic mentors? What are the other dancers like? What will I learn? What is site-specific performance? What is it like being a choreographic mentor? Young dancers and their choreographic mentors answer these questions and more.

Festival participants and choreographic mentors discuss movement, meaning, collaboration and site-specific performance.

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2011 Dance Education in Australian Schools Roundtable View this project

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