Amanda Stambrosky is a Brooklyn based dancer, choreographer, and arts administrator. She has presented her choreography at ART/New York South Oxford Space, Creative Cultural Center, East River State Park, Eden’s Expressway, and Triskelion Arts. She received her BFA in Dance at The University of Florida. While studying in Gainesville, FL she was the first Dancer and Choreographer in Residence at The Harn Museum of Art in 2014. She has performed works by Celia Rowlson-Hall, Debbie Z Maciel, Joanna Mendl Shaw, Kristen O’Neal, Larry Keigwin, Nita Little, Pat Graney, Raja Feather Kelly, and Tzveta Kassabova. Her first job in New York was an internship with Movement Research. She has also worked as a Senior Production Trainee at Gibney Dance Center. She is an Administrative Assistant for Creative Cultural Center St. Veronica where she produced a durational gallery style performance ‘Breakup Party’ in May 2018. In her free time she knits, skateboards, and collaborates on site-specific visual and performance art.