Amy Flannery (she/her) is a First Nations Australian creator and performer. Amy completed her training in dance at the National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA Dance College). After graduating from NAISDA, she has performed, choreographed and composed for several companies and independent productions, including Lost All Sorts Collective, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Jannawi Dance Clan, Dance Makers Collective, Moorambilla Voices, Erth Visual and Physical, Wagana Aboriginal Dancers, and PACT Centre for emerging artists.
Amy has spent time building skills and delving into a range of technologies to craft a personal creative voice. She was the 2022 recipient of the David Page Music Fellowship at Bangarra Dance Theatre and has previously been with the Australian Ballet Education Team as a cadet. Amy has been in production at The Sydney Opera House with a new interactive children’s performance choreographed by Emily Flannery called Bulnuruwanha. In 2022, Amy collaborated with Dance Makers Collective and South East Dance in Brighton for their new artists exchange program which took her to the UK for the development of Emma Harrison’s new dance work, Wolverine. Amy is currently the associate sound artist on The Visitors at Sydney Theatre Company.