Education Teaching Artists


Queensland Ballet's Education Teaching Artists are a team of highly-skilled artists who have a passion for sharing their knowledge of the art form and connecting communities through dance. All of our Teaching Artists have trained or performed with QB, and many have also been affiliated with internationally renowned schools and companies.

Education Teaching Artists

#About our Teaching Artists

Beyond the main stage productions, Queensland Ballet has a strong commitment to access and equity.


Through their specialised dance knowledge and experience working in diverse settings, our Education Teaching Artists bring their expertise to inform the creation and delivery of our community and education programs.

Queensland Ballet's Education Teaching Artists are involved in the programs included below:

  • Community Regional Tour
  • In-School Workshops (Kindergarten to Year 12)
  • QB Petit Pointers classes & Teacher Training workshops
  • Premier's Reading Challenge Book Week workshops
  • Dance Health & research projects
  • Teacher Professional Development workshops
  • Corporate Classes
  • Mass participation events
  • Senior's Week classes
  • Dance for Parkinson's classes
  • Regional Dance Camps
  • High School Work Experience Residency

and many more!

"Teaching with the QB education team has allowed me to share my personal passion for dance with people of all ages and abilities. Our workshops really encompass both athletic and artistic elements which allow participants to gain a better understanding of this somewhat complex, creative and exhilarating art form."

Teaching Artist

"Being a Teaching Artist enables me to share, connect and bring joy to others. It's a very special responsibility."

Teaching Artist

"Becoming an Education Teaching Artist with Queensland Ballet has been the most rewarding job I have ever had. I am so proud of the work we do in the community and am lucky to be able to share my knowledge and passion with dancers and students all across Queensland."

Teaching Artist

#Why should you get involved?

Becoming a QB Education Teaching Artist enables dancers to stay connected to their art form and continue to creatively contribute to the greater dance sector and social impact of the arts in communities across Queensland. 

The QB Teacher Training Model is designed to support the transition from a professional dancer to a Teaching Artist and provides opportunities to build confidence and gain specialised skills for teaching in various capacities. Many of our programs also involve travel to remote communities across Queensland to work with local schools, dance studios and community groups. 

Our Education Teaching Artists are employed on a flexible casual contract, which enables them to work on different projects throughout the year, whilst still managing their own personal or professional commitments. 

If you are interested in applying to become an Education Teaching Artist with Queensland Ballet, please email your resume to QB Education Manager at education@queenslandballet.com.au or call on 3013 6666. 

#Discover more


Regional programs

Sharing the magic of ballet with those outside of Brisbane with our regional programs. Bringing ballet performances, school and community workshops to your community

Dance health

Dance Health initiative allows us to use our knowledge of movement and dance, to partner with researchers to deliver initiatives that positively impact all dimensions of wellbeing.

Dance teacher training

Learn to deliver dance to seniors and early years participants, and become a Queensland Ballet-endorsed dance teacher.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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