Delving into Dance seeks to engage new and existing audiences in conversations about dance. By profiling dancers, choreographers, artistic directors and thinkers. Delving into Dance is reaching thousands of people around the globe. You can find audience breakdown here.
What The participants have to say:
"Delving into Dance is a welcome addition to help educate and provide deep and informed conversations about dance, both nationally and internationally.
This podcast has quickly established itself as an incredible archive for Australian dance. I have been interviewed as part of this project and found the questions informal and accessible, making the content insightful and inclusive of all listeners. The number of subscribers and listeners to Delving into Dance, is proof of its success, engaging more and more people" Rafael Bonachela Artistic Director SYDNEY DANCE COMPANY
"BRAVO you are a mighty inspiration and thank you for allowing me to voice my dance stories and crazy process."
"Andrew’s podcast series is an important and wonderful addition to the conversation around performance and choreographic practice. The interviews are informative, fascinating, intimate and sometimes provocative."
"I look back on our interview with pleasure"
"Your interview was the most relaxed and the least painful of all"
"I'm struck by how intelligently you formed your questions, as well as being somewhat discomfited by my occasional failure to answer them coherently. I'm very glad we did the interview."
Deborah Jowitt- Dance Critic and writer
“I loved your thought provoking questions”
Chase Johnsey- Dancer
Companies and festivals are increasingly using Delving into Dance content to spark conversations and engage audiences.
"Delving Into Dance plays an important role in delivering in depth interviews with choreographers, dancers and creatives, reflecting what is going on across the nation and the vibrancy of the dance sector. It assists in building dance audiences and bringing together the dance community."
Reaching new Audiences
"Delving Into Dance is fantastic documentation that captures the many forms and people practicing dance. With a genuine interest in dance, Andrew is always very well researched and prepared for his interviews. The execution of the series is very well produced and is received very positively by the dance sector and wider audiences."
Ben Starick from Starling Communications
What do audiences say?
Making conversations about dance accessiable.
Where are people talking about Delving into Dance?
A huge reach.
Featured in Artshub feature article: A word in your ear: podcasts and the arts. 1 Dec 2017 Richard Watts
Coverage from Turning Pointe: Gender Equality in Australian dance.
The Conversation: Australia’s major dance companies need to step up on gender equality
ArtsHub: New report highlights gender inequality in dance sector, by Richard Watts
Limelight: Dearth of women in artistic and leadership roles in dance, report shows, by Justine Nguyen
The Conversation: To fix gender inequity in arts leadership we need more women in politics and chairing boards by Jo Caust