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Applications Due for Circadium 2018 expired

Posted by: Circadium
Posted on: Nov. 15, 2017
Category: School Application
Type: In Person
Applications Due for Circadium 2018 - Circus Events - CircusTalk
Applications for Circadium's 3 year professional program are due December 31st, 2018. Get more information and apply now at

Creating Tomorrow’s Circus Today

Building upon the strong foundations of the successful Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, Circadium is a full-time, 3-year, professional training program for circus artists. We are the first school in the United States to be state-licensed, granting a Diploma of Circus Arts.

As a non-profit vocational college, we have the mission of cultivating, inspiring, and innovating contemporary circus performance in America.

Program Overview

At Circadium, students train intensively in core circus disciplines: acrobatics, aerials, juggling and equilibristics. The other major part of the curriculum is 10+ hours per week of theatre and dance. In addition to these classes, students will also take the following academic courses (academic courses take up 6 hours per week):

Year 1: History of Circus, Theatre, and Dance; Music; Writing; Fundamentals of Movement
Year 2: Marketing; Design (Photography, Videography, Web); Fundamentals of Movement; one elective: Costume Design or Theatre Tech
Year 3: Business; Fundamentals of Movement; two electives: Costume Design, Theatre Tech, Teaching Circus, Prop-Building, Rigging, French, Public Speaking

The goal of this extensive curriculum is to create well-rounded artists with exceptional physical skills, performance skills, and tools to build their professional careers.
Application Deadline:
Dec. 31, 2017
Timezone: (UTC-5) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Application link:
Location: 6452 Greene St.
Philadelphia, PA
United States

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