Projects

 This page features some of Victoria's ,workshops and performances facilitated by Ausdance Victoria.

Photo from DAIR in Ausdance NSW, Photo of DAIR Artist Yukino McHugh's development at Catapult in Newcastle, NSW. Photography by Jessica Coughlan

Photo from DAIR in Ausdance NSW, Photo of DAIR Artist Yukino McHugh's development at Catapult in Newcastle, NSW. Photography by Jessica Coughlan

Dance Artist in Residence 

Ausdance Victoria Dance Artist in Residence Program (DAIR) invites independent dance artists, collectives, collaborators and companies of any dance genre to submit proposals for the 2017 program. Originally started by Ausdance NSW in 2015, DAIR makes it Victorian debut in 2017. 

DAIR is a direct response to the ongoing challenges of access to affordable and appropriate spaces to dance artists for the development of dance making and practice. DAIR activities may involve creative development, research, mentorships, rehearsal and remounting of work. Applicants can apply for a residency of one or two weeks.


 
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Australian Youth Dance Festival 2017 

The Australian Youth Dance Festival (AYDF) is back in 2017, and for the first time ever, the Festival will be held in a major city – Melbourne!

Under the artistic direction of Adam Wheeler, AYDF2017 will be remodelled into three days of intensive masterclasses with some of Australia’s leading dance artists, choreographers and companies, and will premiere excerpts from at least six new works from leading youth dance companies across the country. 

 

Image by Ausdance Victoria

Australian Dance Awards 2017

Save the date!

Sunday 24 September 2017.

Announcing this year’s Australian Dance Awards

for outstanding achievements in Australian professional dance.The ceremony will be held at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

More details to be announced. 

Image: Re-make by Melanie Lane

Chunky Move, Next Move commission

Image by Gregory Lorenzutti.

Dance Massive 2017 

Ausdance Victoria is a proud partner of Dance Massive 2017.

Ausdance Victoria facilitated Battle Massive, workshops and Open Studios-New Works and Meet and Greet-Tour Ready as part of Dance Massive 2017. 

 


Photography by Gregory Erdstein

Photography by Gregory Erdstein

Teaching Dad to Dance 

Developed with the support of Independent Schools Victoria and the Arts Learning Festival, Teaching Dad to Dance is a dance program where primary school students become the teachers. The students will show their ability to comprehend the basics of the dance moves by teaching others these moves.

Teaching Dad to Dance will be previewed during a full-day choreography and skills workshop for teachers as part of the Arts Learning Festival.

 

 

Photography of Yellow Wheel by Maylei Hunt

Photography of Yellow Wheel by Maylei Hunt

360 

The 360 Artist Development is an initiative of Ausdance Victoria in conjunction with Gertrude Street Projection Festival to assist dance practitioners stage works for the virtual realm. This artist development program provides mentorship, and equipment to stage a dance work in Virtual Reality

 

Photography by Ausdance Victoria

Photography by Ausdance Victoria

The Alice Project 

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.