Get involved this Australian Dance Week 3-8 May Join in on FREE lunchtime classes during Australian Dance week. Let's bring our community of dancers, movers and shakers together and celebrate ...
AYDF 2021 unites young and emerging contemporary dance artists and the professional allies who work with them for a week of collaboration and creation designed to regenerate the youth dance ...
Over 100 artists have been announced for the return of the Sangam Festival 2021. Held over four weekends in Melbourne, the program reveals spoken word, music, dance, theatre and more. ...
Ausdance Vic is inviting the dance sector to connect with us and share their concerns, and ways in which we can support them. These sessions cover Dance studio owners, Independent ...
The biennial Australian Youth Dance Festival (AYDF) provides young people a forum for healthy exchange and to begin their professional development. It provides an opportunity for young people to be ...
Dance Massive exists as the simultaneous biennial programming of contemporary dance works and associated public and industry events by four Melbourne arts organisations. The Dance Massive consortium: lead producer Arts ...
Initiated by the Mayor of London in 2006, the biennial Big Dance is a participatory dance festival. It is a celebration of dance for all ages and all levels of ...
BACKGROUND When asked, “Who can dance worse than you?”, often the answer is “Dad” (with apologies to fathers out there, many of whom are really, very good movers and shakers).  ...
The 2017 National Dance Forum brought together makers, producers and presenters to discuss and share knowledge on current digital practices and technological developments. The two-day forum focused on strengthening the ...
Lifetime Achievement Helen Herbertson Services to Dance Jennifer Irwin Services to Dance Education Kim Walker Outstanding Achievement in Community Dance Liz Lea with Canberra Dance Theatre, National Museum of Australia, ...
Sunday 24 September 2017 was the 20th Australian Dance Awards, presented by Ausdance VIC and Arts Centre Melbourne with principal event sponsor Harlequin Floors. The Australian Dance Awards recognise and ...
A new virtual reality initiative in conjunction with Gertrude Street Projection Festival. The 360 Artist Development was an initiative of Ausdance VIC in conjunction with Gertrude Street Projection Festival to ...
In 2017-2018 we partnered with the City of Whittlesea on the development and delivery of a community dance project called “Knowing You, Knowing Me” (KYKM). We ran over 122 free ...
DAIR applications open: 25 May 2017 Applications close: 30 June 2017 Ausdance VIC Dance Artist in Residence Program (DAIR) invites independent dance artists, collectives, collaborators and companies of any dance genre to ...
Inclusive, active, exciting, colourful, quirky and fun, The Alice Project invites young and old, active and inactive people to get moving in a fun, free and non-judgmental way. ...
A unique exhibition exploring Australian contemporary dance through the lens of five pioneers. The exhibition Ancestors and Anecdotes opened concurrently with the Australian Dance Awards. It pays homage to the ...