Frankie Snowdon is an artist.

Frankie Snowdon is an Artistic Associate & founding member of 2ndToe Dance Collective and recently graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2006 Frankie received the Friends of VCA encouragement award given to a dancer with exceptional potential as well as being awarded a Northern Territory Arts Scholarship awarded for full-time study in an Undergraduate degree. Frankie also travelled to Macau to perform in the Macau Fringe Festival 07. Frankie attended Soft Landing 1(09), a professional development initiative developed by QL2 Centre for Youth Dance (Canberra) under the direction of Solon Ulbrich and Amelia McQueen. Performance credits include With the Lot (curated by Kyle Kremerskothen, Lucy Guerin Inc. 09) Reverb (Brooke Stamp and Martin Del Amo, Melbourne Fringe 09) and Stompin’s Home (Melbourne 07). Choreographic credits include With the Lot and Moving One Hundred (a joint project between Chunky Move and Ausdance performed in conjunction with the Australian Dance Awards 09). In 2010 Frankie choreographed and performed in the Rogue Traders Would You Raise your Hands and is part of Project Y in partnership with Collaboration the Project.