Mary Wycherley is a dance artist whose work spans contemporary dance performance, moving image and curation. She has a strong track record of collaborating with a range of artists and creating works which cross disciplinary boundaries. Her work is seen on stage, in galleries and cinematic contexts. Mary’s body of work has toured and been exhibited in Ireland and internationally at venues and festivals including at Kilkenny Arts Festival, VOID Derry, Rua Red Gallery Dublin, Solas Nua Contemporary Irish Arts Centre Washington, Museum of Contemporary Arts Shanghai, Dublin Dance Festival, VISUAL Carlow, American Dance Festival, National Museum of Contemporary Arts Bucharest, Cork Film Festival and Galway Film Fleadh.

Mary is co-founder and curator of the Light Moves Festival of Screendance since its inception in 2014. She was Limerick Dance Artist in Residence appointed by the Arts Council of Ireland from 2015-2019. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts from University College Cork and an MA Contemporary Dance Performance from the University of Limerick. Her national and international teaching in dance, film and interdisciplinary creative process spans University level, professional masterclass and individual mentoring contexts. In 2020/21 Mary is creating “Weathering", for presentation at Project Arts Centre and Dance Limerick, funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Limerick City and County Council and "Far-flung Dances", a film commission by Tipperary Dance Platform and Tipperary Heritage Council.