After more than 13 years of dedication and innovation at Ausdance VIC, we bid farewell to our esteemed Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, Dr. Katrina Rank.
Ausdance National were invited to represent dance at the Enquiry into the National Cultural Policy in July.
After eight years of steadfast leadership, Ausdance VIC Executive Director Michelle Silby has decided to step down from her role with the organisation.
Damian Smith reflects on his remarkable career, the transition from performing to mentoring and an unwavering belief in the potential of one’s dreams.
The L2R Block Party will showcase a range of roaring local dance crews and performers across hip hop, street dance, and club dance art forms for all ages!
Get Active Kids are excited to announce that Round 7 of the voucher program is now open. All dance schools and providers who are organisation members of Ausdance VIC are eligible to be providers.
Ausdance VIC staff and board support the call for Voice, Truth and Treaty in the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Damian Smith on the importance of seizing opportunities presented in the dynamic field of dance.
Joel Bray spoke with us about what it takes to translate his vision into movement and shares some advice for dancemakers who are stuck in a rut.
We recognise that understanding the Child Safe Standards may be challenging for some in the dance sector, and have been working on a resource to address this
Efren Pamilacan is a dance maker and independent producer of Filipino descent whose work crosses cultural and social spheres.
We talk to Sas Cook, owner of the Movement Zone dance studio in Castlemaine, about urban dance in Central Victoria and 50 years of hip hop.