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Bollywood is to be recognised as a professional dance form, with its own syllabus and accredited examinations. Honey Kalaria, director of Honeys Dance Academy, has launched the worlds first Bollywood dance syllabus through industry training organisation the International Association of Modern Indian Arts.
Culture Minister, David Lammy, today announced the establishment of the first Government Dance Forum at the Critic's Circle National Dance Awards ceremony which took place at the Royal Opera House.
In the supposedly impoverished world of New York dance, where honorable artists are driven out of town or to the outermost outer boroughs or into the arms of academia, where choreographers can't pay the rent and creative energies have reportedly shifted to Europe, the city finds itself in the midst of an almost pharaonic building boom.
The Federal Cultural Foundation's Dance Plan Germany.
The Arts Council England is creating a new award of £635,000 to support Youth Dance England. The money will go towards developing the first national development programme for youth dance. The award is the largest Arts Council England grant for the arts for national awards.
Australia Council for the Arts has announced a 2.3% funding increase for 145 organisations that currently recieve funding on a triennial basis.