Author: Ausdance WA

[caption id="attachment_13676" align="aligncenter" width="644"] RAD Festival of Dance 2017 (Western Australia)[/caption] This year's RAD Festival of Dance will be held at Curtin Theatre at John Curtin College of the Arts in Fremantle from 1 - 5 June. The annual event, hosted by the Royal Academy of Dance will...

Starz Dance is a unique and specially designed program for super cool kids and teens with additional and special needs. Classes are FREE OF CHARGE for all members thanks to our ongoing corporate funding and we welcome new members at all times during the year. Our...

Charlesworth Ballet Institute, in association with Youth Ballet WA, presents the colourful and dynamic ballet Raymonda in one act. This revised version of Raymonda, featuring talented performers from CBI's college programme, will be accompanied by Contemporary and Spanish dance works. Following this diverse performance, on stage...

Australia's biggest troupe competition! In 2016 DanceLife Unite's prize pool totalled over $400,000 across our Regional Heats and National Finals & Grand Final events. Entries are open to troupes only for this region and are open now until sold out. The Perth competition round for DanceLife Unite 2017...

Western Australia's premier arts market and conference, WA Showcase, is back! This year, Showcase will be held at the Subiaco Arts Centre from 10 - 12 May. This is a great opportunity for presenters and producers from around the state get to get a taste...

In Situ is an annual performance platform that showcases new short site-specific dance works by independent choreographers. The season began as a pop-up performance in Uncle Joe’s Mess Hall in 2014, travelled to Fremantle Arts Centre in 2015 and took over the Courtyard of the...

With the School Curriculum and Standards Authority’s release of the 2017 Set Solo of the Year 12 Dance ATAR course, and the roll out of The Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline – The Arts of which Dance is a subject from Pre-Primary to Year...

Applications are now open for DADAA's Nexus Arts Grants. There are three funding categories for grants of up to $2,000, $5,000 and $10,000. The Nexus Arts Grant is funded through a grant received from the Disability Services Commission. The Nexus Arts Grant has been purposely...

Were you excited or moved by a performance in 2016? Did a particular dancer deliver a stunning performance? Perhaps you saw some outstanding and innovative choreography? Now is the time to submit your nominations for the 2017 Australian Dance Awards, to be presented in Melbourne...

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