The modern women of Australian ballet
This International Women’s Day, a University of Melbourne expert shares the inspirational ballets and lives of pioneering Australian women choreographers
The art and science of dance
University of Melbourne's Professor Emma Redding wrote the world’s first masters degree in Dance Science – a now growing discipline in the dance profession
Sustaining song and spirit
An Indigenous-led project including a University of Melbourne researcher has revitalised traditional Aboriginal song-and-dance, strengthening the community.
The healing history of dance
On International Women's Day, new University of Melbourne research explores how the history of dance can inform modern dance movement therapy.
At the cutting-edge of choreography
University of Melbourne choreographer Gideon Obarzanek began dancing as a teenager, but it's his work as a choreographer that he's most proud of.
The demon dance: A modern reimagining
University of Melbourne's VCA dance students perform "The Demon Machine", a seminal work by modern-dance choreographer and school founder Gertrud Bodernweiser.
Stephanie Lake: How to choreograph a CRUSH
Stephanie Lake, award-winning choreographer and dancer, discusses her latest work, CRUSH, performed by students at the University of Melbourne.
Video: Looking at Aboriginal identity through dance
In HA LF, filmmaker Eddie Diamandi explores choreographer Mariaa Randall’s dance practice and how it intertwines with her Indigenous heritage.