Emily Flannery

Emily Flannery

Emily Flannery is a proud Wiradjuri woman born in Forbes, Central West N.S.W.  Emily attended The McDonald College Of Performing Arts boarding school, focusing on classical ballet.In 2015, Emily decided to combine her love of dance with her desire to learn more about her Indigenous culture by joining NAISDA Dance College. Emily has attended four Cultural Residencies to Moa Island in the Torres Straits and Nyinyikay in North East Arnhem Land. This has been an interregnal part of her connection to her culture and her development as an indigenous dancer. Emily was the recipient of the Young Regional Artist Scholarship (2017), and used the grant to study at The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company for five months in 2018. Since graduating, Emily has performed with Opera Australia in their 2018/2019 summer season of “Turandot”. She was the recipient of a Dirty Feet Choreographic Lab, which was used as a first development of her own work. 

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