National number-one ranking in Performing Arts for the University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne has been ranked as number one in Australia for Performing Arts in the recently-released QS World University Rankings. From a placement in …
Stephanie Lake: How to Choreograph a Crush
Her work as a dancer and choreographer is feted internationally, but that won’t stop Lake suffering opening night nerves By Paul Dalgarno Stephanie Lake has a …
Generators video: Exploring Aboriginal identity in dance
Filmmaker Eddie Diamandi explores choreographer Mariaa Randall’s dance practice and Indigenous heritage.
In The Making – Darren Vizer
The multi-talented choreographer talks about his return to the arts.
VCA Dance residency exploring the push and pull between external forces and the individual and the sense of suffocation women in particular can experience as a result of cultural and societal expectations.
Dystopia: a genre mash-up where everything is ‘extreme’
By choreographer Lina Limosani (BDance 1999)
Q&A with Helen Herbertson: ‘artists always find a way’
Choreographer and performer Helen Herbertson talks about her career, our new Master of Dance and the health of the Australian dance industry.
Paula Lay: the making of 10,000 small deaths
Paula Lay discusses the dream that inspired her solo dance performance 10,000 small deaths.
Dancemaker Sue Healey: ‘thinking through the body’
Sue Healey (MChor 2001, BA (Dance) 1983) writes about the challenges of being an independent artist.
Global Atelier – Malaysia
Six dance students and one production student from the Victorian College of the Arts participated in performances at the Tari Dance Festival in Malaysia.
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