The Australian Ballet’s flagship STEAMDANCE program has gone online to support Australian teachers and students.
Primary and Secondary Schools across the nation can now sign up for inspiring, interactive sessions on dance and STEAM subjects.
STEAMDANCE explores science, technology, engineering, arts and maths through dance delivery, and includes live warm-ups, creative tasks to make dances, movement games, and cool-downs. The sessions will include a Q&A with professional dancers and access to view a professional performance based on themes of resilience.
School groups can choose between viewing a performance of Wilaygu Ngayinybula // Possum’s two minds or Plain Jane. These one hour workshops will also explore the characters, costumes and themes of the selected performance piece.
We invite teachers to book their school groups into the appropriate age group. Our standard format supports STEAM outcomes generally, or you may choose a specific theme below.
Age groups & curricular theme options
Lower Primary (Foundation to Grade 2)
Storytelling through dance; Animals.
Middle Primary (Grade 3 to 4) or Upper Primary (Grade 5 to 6)
Forces; Sustainability; Solar systems; Solids, liquids & gases; Personal & social capabilities, Fractions & angles.
Secondary (Grade 7 to 12)
Choreographic workshop based on Wilaygu Ngayinybula, Choreographic workshop based on Plain Jane.
How to book
Please email email@example.com with the following details:
Name | School | Contact number | Contact email
Age group/s of students | Number of workshops requested | Number of students
Preferred dates of workshop/s (& time of day if applicable)
Preferred theme of workshop/s
Any further questions
Each workshop runs for 60 minutes. You will also receive access to an additional recorded 20-minute performance piece.
The sessions will be broadcast via a Microsoft Teams meeting. In most cases the sessions can be accessed easily through your web browser. On some devices you may need to download the free app, but students will not be required to sign up or log in.
The workshops are supported by additional teacher resources linked to the performances.
Where and when
May - July
With thanks to Colonial Foundation, Gandel Philanthropy and The Department of Education and Training, Victoria.