Sketa Oz Philanthropy encourages, supports and rewards talented young dancers through annual sponsorship of Sketa Oz Awards at State, National and overseas dance competitions – be they eisteddfods, festivals or specially organised events.
We track Australian talent across the globe!
Since 2003, dance students from around the world have competed for the prestigious Sketa Oz Perpetual Trophies, Bursaries and Medals.
This year, Sketa Oz celebrates these young artists by finding out where they are today and what life has offered them in the 16 years since Sketa Oz Philanthropy began.
Are you in any of the below photographs?
Drop Sketa Oz an e-mail and let us know what you've been up to. Better still, we'd love to catch up over coffee or an orange juice.
Yes I know...calories, calories. Once on the lips, always on the hips!
A reminder for all dancers
Given the global spread of CoVid 19 and the sudden departure/resignation of the Event's Manager, the Brisbane Eisteddfods' Dance Solos 2020 has been officially cancelled.
2019 Brisbane Eisteddfods
(21/9/2019 ~ 6/10/2019)
For regular updates on the Brisbane Eisteddfod , please check out the Facebook page.
Junior Award Winner - Xavier Xuo
Senior Award Winner - Samantha Geddes
2018 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2017 Brisbane Eisteddfods
Hana Nonaka-Aillon (Annette Roselli Studios)
2017 Sketa Oz Most Promising SENIOR Classical Dancer - Brisbane Eisteddfods
Tahlia Buckley (Annette Roselli Studios)
2017 Sketa Oz Most Promising JUNIOR Classical Dancer - Brisbane Eisteddfods
2016 Lockyer District Dancing Festival
2016 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2015 Lockyer District Dancing Festival
2015 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2014 Lockyer District Dancing Festival
2014 Tahlia Traecey - Sketa Oz Most Promising Senior Classical Dancer - Lockyer District Dancing Festival
2014 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2013 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2012 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2011 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2009 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2008 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2007 Brisbane Eisteddfods
2006 Lockyer District Dance Festival & Brisbane Eisteddfods