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The Australian Dance Council—Ausdance has for nearly forty years led, inspired, supported and informed the Australian dance community.

Now we need your support to continue this work. All donations to Ausdance National above $2 are tax deductible.

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Ausdance National's work continues to have a lasting impact on Australian dance artists and their working lives. 

It would be virtually impossible to find a dancer, choreographer, dance teacher, dance student, dance academic, or dance audience member who has not been positively and substantially impacted by the activities of the organisation. —Brian Lucas, Brisbane Independent Artist and Ausdance National President 2012–2016

Ausdance National's sector leadership in political advocacy, dance education, international dance research, Safe Dance® practice, and business and teaching resources is now reliant on the support of our sponsors and donors.


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Your financial contribution will directly support information, project support and advice to the Australian dance sector, National Council and the Ausdance network across multiple issues.

Please consider making a donation at this critical time for Ausdance National. All donations above $2 are tax-deductible. Your support will be acknowledged on our website and in our publications.

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