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Amy Flannery – Critical Path First Nations Mini Bursary recipient

Part of March Dance 2023

Amy Flannery is the recipient of Critical Path First Nation Mini Bursary recipient. Amy will work with dancer Aroha Pehi to explore the creation of a new dance work, Sap (working title) with a research focus on tree sap, its uses and benefits, as well as exploring its textures and physical qualities. Amy was awarded space and $1000 from Critical Path towards making of her project.


Residency Period:

6 – 9 March 2023

The Drill Hall Critical Path


Choreographer: Amy Flannery

Dancer: Aroha Pehi


March Dance 2023

Kicking off March 1, the March Dance festival includes over 100 artists, 10 companies, 11 organisations and 27 venues coming together from across Sydney to connect and showcase the vibrant and resilient Sydney contemporary dance scene.

March Dance 2023

March Dance is an initiative of Independent Dance Alliance (IDA) produced by Critical Path and Dirty Feet.


Check out the full program of performances, residencies, workshops, talks, classes, sharings at



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