In 2004 the dance industry in Australia is a well-developed and highly differentiated branch of the performing arts, covering all genres and styles, and operating through a range of commercial and non-commercial channels. This report considers the organisational structure of dance in Australia, the situation of individual dancers, the characteristics of audiences, funding issues, and dance education and training. It also includes observations about the problem of transition as it affects dancers and choreographers.
|Place of Publication||Braddon ACT|
|Number of pages||32|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|