Queensland Dance Education Conference (QDEC22)


The Dance Education Conference was held first on 12-15 August 1977 in Melbourne at the Melbourne Town House, 701 Swanston Street, Carlton. Ausdance was launched at this conference in 1977.

For many of those attending, it was a life-changing experience- such breadth and depth of knowledge of dance in one room.

About Event:

Queensland dance education conference 2022 is an expert advancement occasion for dance instructors and teachers in QLD, delivered by the Ausdance Educators QLD subcommittee.

Reason for the occasion:

The reason for QDEC22 is to advance and instruct dance instructors while hoisting First Nations Peoples and Culture.

In 2022, the extent of the meeting incorporates proficient advancement content for the essential, centre, and auxiliary dance instructors in all tutoring areas, and autonomous studio and independent educators.


  • Feature talks
  • Guidelines by Panel
  • Displays both of inventive works and on recent concerns in dance schooling
  • Workshops
  • Practical Part of dance

Hosted by:

Ausdance Queensland and Ausdance Educators QLD

Day of Happening:

6 & 7 May 2022

See: Batlow CiderFest 2022 

Period of Knowledge:

9am – 5pm


Queensland Ballet Academy Bulmba-JA and Riverside Gardens Community Centre

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How many sessions is this event composed of?

Session 1

  • First Nation Perspectives
  • Shake a leg
  • Safe Dance Practice

Session 2

  • Gaga Technique
  • Courtney Scheu
  • Classical Ballet

Also See: Australian Tattoo Expo – Brisbane

Session 3

  • Australian Curriculum
  • Hip Hop
  • Dance and Mental Health

Session 4

  • Senior dance matters
  • Dance teaching ideas

Session 5

  • Discussion and Q&A
  • Future Direction


  1. Bella Busine (All Abilities Australia)
  2. Katilin Hauge (Bayside Dance)
  3. Adam LO OAM (Dance and Mental Health panel member)
  4. LI Cunxin (Artistic Director| Queensland Ballet)
  5. Marianne Wobcke (Griffith University)

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