Pacific (2016) - Copyright - Gregory Lorenzutti


Vote Yes! for Marriage Equality
We, the staff and Board of Phillip Adams BalletLab (PABL), stand proud for an absolute YES vote for same sex marriage equality. Read more
Apply to be our 2018 Resident Artist
EOI’s are now open to choreographers and artists working in performance and interdisciplinary fields of practice to become the 2018 Resident Artist at Temperance Hall. Read more
Announcing the world premiere of EVER in Melbourne Festival 6 - 21 October 2017
We're thrilled to announce the world premiere of EVER, BalletLab's latest major work and very first to be performed at our new home and performance space, Temperance Hall, part of the 2017 Melbourne Festival 6 - 21 Oct, 2017. Read more
Announcing Chris Bond as the winner of the 2017 $12,000 BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award
Phillip Adams Balletlab (PABL) and Dr Marcus McMahon are pleased to announce Chris Bond as the inaugural winner of the $12,000 BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award (BMCAA). The 2017 BMCAA was judged by Max Delany, Artistic Director and CEO of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA). Chris will be awarded a cash prize of $12,000 allowing 4 weeks residency towards the creation of a new exhibition of this work at Temperance Hall. Read more
'Miga, sua louca' - a photographic exhibition by Gregory Lorenzutti
Phillip Adams BalletLab presents Gregory Lorenzutti's lavish exhibition of photographs from Pacific, documenting and responding to the 2016 PABL Commission for prestigious Brazilian ballet company, Companhia de Ballet da Cidade de Niterói (Niteroi City Ballet). This exhibition and the accompanying panel discussion is the culmination of our 2016-17 cultural exchange project with Brazil. Read more
Join the Temperance Hall Society this EOFY!
Join the Temperance Hall this EOFY and help us to continue to realise exciting and truly experimental art works for Temperance Hall and offer valuable models of support to our local and global community of artists. Read more
Announcing the inaugural BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award and 2017 shortlisted artists.
Established in 2016, the $12,000 invitation-only BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award (BMCAA) will be awarded to a contemporary artist who demonstrates a commitment to brave, innovative and transitional practice that contests the boundaries of contemporary art in new and impactful ways. Read more
PABL presents Jack Ferver
Phillip Adams BalletLab (PABL) is delighted to announce our 2017 International Artist-in-residence at Temperance Hall; New York City-based queer writer, director and choreographer, Jack Ferver. Jack’s residency includes the Australian premiere presentation of 'Mon, Ma, Mes (Revisité)' and a series of public workshops. Read more
Temperance Hall's 2017 Resident Artist - Shian Law
Announcing Temperance Hall's 2017 Resident Artist - Shian Law Read more
Come and work with us!
Phillip Adams BalletLab seeks a Marketing and Communications Intern, one day per week for six months commencing February 2017. See our employment page for more details. Read more