Adelaide’s Home of Independent Dance

about us

About Us

Dance Hub SA is Adelaide’s home of independent dance.  

Residencies and programs are available for South Australian based choreographers in addition to classes and workshops for both the public and professionals.

We nurture, encourage and promote creativity, research, partnerships  that aids in maintaining a healthy independent Dance-focused sector in South Australia.

This commitment to Dance in South Australia generates new, innovative, inventive, rigorous, cross-disciplinary investigations.

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What We Do

Artist Residencies

Artist Residencies

Residences from 3 days to 3 weeks where artists research and create new work.

2020 Expressions of Interest now closed

Click here to read about our supported Artists and their projects

Mind The Gap

An exchange program in partnership with Tasdance that offers the opportunity to create in the Apple Isle.
Congratulations to Dianne Reid (SA) and Benjamin Allen (TAS),
our 2019 Mind the Gap recipients
read more….

 

Young Artist Program

Young Artist Program

Emerging professional practitioners create  a short project, or complete snapshots of future projects.
read more…

Asia-Connect

An international exchange program Asia-Connect, with inaugural artist Chien-Wei Wu from Taiwan’s Tussock Dance Theatre.  read more….

Dance Lab

Dance Lab

An initiative of OzAsia Festival, Dance Lab brings together professional choreographers from across Australia and Asia to share their skills and explore opportunities. read more….


Since 2017 we have

Supported 33 Creative Developments

Presented 25 new works via showings
Had over 200 artists involved in our programs

Contact

Level 1, Lion Arts Centre, Cnr Morphett St & North Tce, Adelaide
61 8 8212 5660

Dance Hub SA: COVID-19
A message from our Artistic Director, Amanda Phillips.

Following directives from Government as the pandemic unfolds - our Board and staff continue discussions so we can best support South Australian artists during this challenging time. Our office remains operational with key staff working from home. Please feel free to contact us via email or mobile.

We are reaching out to scheduled resident artists to offer assistance to reshape their projects and research to ensure that the creative process continues. Meanwhile, reflecting on what, how and why we create as artists, brings a wave of new scope, possibility and innovation to our shared creativity.

It’s a challenging time personally and professionally for everyone, but we are in this together.

Please watch this space as we both launch and adapt our 2020 programs so that creativity is viable through collaboration, engagement and actions that are relevant to changing times.

As Dance Hub SA is the home of independent dance in South Australia, we reassure you that our aim and priority is to continue supporting our community into the future.