Our Projects

SYDNEY'S ANNUAL CONTEMPORARY DANCE FESTIVAL RETURNS IN MARCH 2020  WITH ORIGINAL PERFORMANCES, TALKS, WORKSHOPS, CLASSES AND DANCE FILM SCREENINGS Ausdance NSW is excited to partner with March Dance, Sydney's month-long contemporary dance festival is back in 2020 for its second consecutive year, from Sunday 1 to Tuesday 31 March. 189 artists will...
  Ausdance NSW and ReadyMade Works are partnering to present Open Class, a curated program of weekly professional classes taught by experienced local dance artists. Whether you’re a trained dancer or performer from the parallel worlds of theatre, music and visual arts, this is an opportunity to develop a movement practice or sustain it and...
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NAISDA DANCE COLLEGE AUSDANCE NSW INVITES APPLICATIONS  FROM FIRST NATIONS DANCE ARTISTS DAIR 2020 Funded  This round invites early, mid and established artists to apply to receive space in kind as well as up to $1000 stipend per week.   This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council...
BIG DANCE Big Dance is the largest free participatory celebration of dance that engages thousands of people in unifying choreographic pieces, performed across local, regional and metropolitan communities. For every Big Dance, acclaimed choreographers are commissioned to create a work that has the versatility for the widest possible assortment of...
               ALICE WEBER @ ALSTONEVILLE Alice Weber was scheduled to travel to Alstonville Dance Studio in Byron Bay, due to COVID-19 she completed her residency at home, and was mentored by Giselle Stanborough and collaborated with artists Monika Blaszczak, Vanessa Goodman, Ileana Cheladyn and Alexa Wilson in a series of recorded conversations...
In partnership with 2019 Create Space Dance Residency  Inaugural Recipient Dean Walsh   ​      ​ The Create Space dance residency is an initiative of Ausdance NSW, Sydney Opera House and FORM Dance Projects who together recognised the lack of development opportunities for artists with disability and aimed to offer a supportive space for artists...
Callum Mooney Perth, Western Australia Lizzie Thomson, Iceland Jo Clancy, West Vancouver, BC Canada Kayah Guenther, Tasmania Kimberley McIntyre, Berlin and Vienna Timothy Ohl, Taree, NSW “The opportunity to be immersed in 2 First Nations Dance Festivals for 3 weeks was incredibly innovating and my networks grew, developed and solidified. I...
Congratulations to our DAIR 2019 Recipients      DAIR recipients received: Residency space at host venue Pre-residency planning support from Ausdance NSW  Administrative support from Ausdance NSW for the showing of work during residency (if required) Promotion of artist/residency through Ausdance NSW e-news and social media A studio visit from...
Ausdance NSW and Accessible Arts 'Inclusive Approaches to Dance Movement.' Lead by Vicky Malin (UK), the workshop, presented by Ausdance NSW and Accessible Arts, introduced approaches to inclusive teachers through practical exercises and discussion. An opportunity was given to the participants to reflect on their own practices and the the...
           ALICE WEBER @ ALSTONEVILLE            ANNALOUISE PAUL @ CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTRE            ELLA WATSON HEALTH @ ACPE            ELLE EVANGELISTA @ ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE            EMILY @ AMY FLANNERY NAISDA INAUGURAL FIRST NATIONS DAIR             EMMA HARRISON @ ACPE            GABRIELA GREEN @ CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTRE...

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