Due to the recent legislative changes, trustees are no longer required for our operations. We extend our sincere gratitude to our trustees for their oversight of the Tracks trust fund and donations:

Rev Steve Orme, Dr Anita Toth, Paul Wan, Ippei Okazaki, Maari Gray, Will Crawford, Lachlan Peattie, Hon Chief Justice Michael Grant AO

Tracks says ‘no’ to trying to control the chaos, and ‘yes’ to developing fluid ways of interacting with it. We have invested many years in developing and offering improvisatory workshops for multiple dancers across many artistic disciplines, through choreographic development work and performance practice. This year we will be running several series of workshops, aimed at people with some improvisational practice already.

Impro Club is a series of regular gatherings satisfying the community's desire to extend and maintain their movement practice. Regular public performances will take place throughout the year in indoor and outdoor locations. This offering includes the popular Lushdance Intensives - a full day of studio time for improvisation, writing, drawing, and sharing food.

Program Co-leaders: Jess Devereux & Kelly Beneforti

We would like to inform you about an important update regarding our choreographic development program. Regrettably, due to unforeseen circumstances, our artistic team have made the executive decision to cancel this year's program.

But the good news is that a choreographic intensive workshop may be available later in the year - so keep an eye out for that opportunity! We would suggest subscribing to our newsletter for updates on this potential opportunity.

Amplify and represent young dancers and diverse voices in the life of dance practice.

March - November 2024

Up to 5 participants (15-25y/o) will undertake mentorship over the course of the year. 

These participants will have the opportunity to develop their artistic dance practice. Experience how to navigate the industry as an independent artist, taking on leadership roles within an organisation, with the support of the Tracks creative team.

This program is aimed at young emerging artists with an intermediate level of experience in dance or movement (in any style); Providing support and a space for them to be curious, take creative risks and exercise their leadership skills.

The program is led by Spillett, with guest facilitation by Tracks' Creative team, and the opportunity to connect with active artists, both locally and nationally. 

Important Info about the program

+ If your application is successful you will be invited to attend an Introductory Workshop for participants and parents (if under 18) on Thursday 29th February 2024 5:30pm-6:30pm.

+ You will need to commit to 1 session per week- Thursdays 3:00pm-5:00pm. At the Tracks Dance Studio, Harbour View Plaza.

+ Additional Sessions will be organised with the Leaders when necessary.


Enquiries to Tracks Dance Animateur - Spillett:

*Applications close 12 midnight ACST 12 February 2024 .

*Successful Applicants will be notified no later than 16 February 2024.



The 2023 Northern Territory (NT) Performing Arts Awards recognise outstanding achievement on stage and behind the scenes, as well as those who educate and inspire.

Established in 2019 by the We3 Alliance, an initiative of Tracks Dance, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts and Brown’s Mart Arts, the NT Performing Arts Awards are now presented by the NT Government to recognise excellence, spirit, community impact and legacy in the Northern Territory's performing arts sector.

The peer-judged awards will celebrate the people who make a creative difference to the NT community by honouring talented and inspiring artists and arts-workers who have made an impact in dance, music, theatre, musical theatre, opera, circus, physical theatre and comedy.

In 2023, three Tracks artists and a Tracks show are finalists!

Spillett won 'Young Achiever Award': To recognise a young artist who has made a significant impact on stage (Winner)

Tim Newth was nominated for the 'Legend Award': To recognise an arts practitioner who has made a significant, long-term contribution to the NT performing arts sector

Jess Devereux was nominated for 'Outstanding Creative Award': To recognise the creative talent (including choreographers, designers, directors, producers and writers) behind outstanding performances

New Light | Archie 100 is nominated for 'Best Performance Award': To celebrate an outstanding NT production recognised by its originality, quality of work on stage and behind the scenes, and its audience reception

Check out all the winners here

The awards ceremony presenting the winners of the award categories took place in Darwin on Monday 20 November 2023.



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