Get Involved With Tracks

Applications Now Open for Space Time Studio Residency, Wet Season 2023-2024

Volunteer- Interested to join the Tracks family as a Vollie / Front of House angel in 2024? 

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Studio Residencies
Providing studio space and dance development.

Seasons of Skin and Bark 2021. Photo Duane Preston

Tracks creates multiple pathways to engage more deeply with Territory relevant choreographic research and development processes, in a place where dance is culturally diverse and there is no available Tertiary dance training. It is predominantly studio based choreographic laboratory work and is a way of ensuring our cultural future by sourcing and supporting new and emerging dance artists.


The Grey Panthers 
Weekly dance classes for Older Adults (60+) in Darwin and Batchelor.

Dead Singers Dance Society 
A fun and achievable short dance course for adults (4 courses per year).

Become a part of the Tracks family by getting involved behind the scenes.

En Masse 2019. Photo Duane Preston

We believe that everyone should have the chance to enjoy dancing. The Tracks Participation Program is about engaging in dance as a whole of life activity and presenting it publicly. This program provides diverse opportunities to be involved in a project at Tracks, including everything from large-scale one-off participatory performances to smaller pop-up performances.

Grey Panthers

Toni Vine-Bromley. Photo Duane Preston

Join the dancing troupe for the over 60's - Grey Panthers

Dead Singers Dance Society

(l-r) Venaska Cheliah and Ricky Borg. Photo Jess Devereux

Celebrating the music of a legendary ‘dearly departed’ singer, learn an achievable dance routine with Dead Singers Dance Society.

Choreographic Program

(l-r) Nicky Fearn and Sita Valadian. Photo Duane Preston

Learn more about our Choreographic Program