ProTrack applications Due New England Center for Circus Arts
Jan.20, 2019 - Jan.31, 2019
Now Accepting Applications for ProTrack 2019-20! New England Center for Circus Arts Who Should Apply? Anyone who has trained circus extensively and is looking to take their training to the next level. Anyone who has mastered what their current training can offer and needs a full-time program in...
CIRQULATION #4 - LOVE Delighters
Feb.08, 2019 - Open Run
Scotland‘s new Circus Cabaret Night: CIRQULATION is back! Freshening the blood flow of Circus Arts in the capital of Scotland. Welcoming back the light, the theme this time is LOVE.The inspiration for so many works of art, poetry, song, blessed madness, the seed of life.Think sweet or accompli...
Chocfest York Jugglers
Jan.26, 2019 - Open Run
York's juggling convention is on! A full day of chocolatey juggling goodness! Don't forget to enter your finest creations into the Chocfest Chocolate Cake Challenge! Saturday 26th January 2019 Doors open at 10am for a day of juggling and games with the Show starting at 7pm.


Dissecting Aerial & Accessible Aerial aerial/dance symposium expired

Posted on: Dec. 18, 2018
Category: Circus250 Programme
Dissecting Aerial & Accessible Aerial aerial/dance symposium - Circus Events - CircusTalk
This 2-day event is intended as a springboard for practitioners to come together to discuss aerial techniques, performance and pedagogy and will include lectures, practical sessions and round table discussions. Speakers will include aerial supremo Serenity Forchion Smith who’ll getting curious about Inversions, plus practical anatomy with Gary Carter, talking specialist Circus physiowithJames Wellington and many other inspiring practitioners from the world of aerial and sports/dance science medicine. There’ll be both practical sessions, round table discussions, video presentations and lectures including; applying ‘periodisation’ to aerial practice ‘Preparing to Perform', 'hyper mobility and its implications for aerialists' plus we'll be talking about community based inclusive aerial/dance work, hearing from Amelia Cavallo about her experience as a blind professional aerialist and asking ‘what do we mean when we talk about making aerial skills accessible?’ Hosted by Gravity & Levity in partnership with One Dance UK and The Point, this symposium is particularly aimed at experienced aerial performers, teachers, choreographers and directors and aims to generate ideas, provide practical tools and fuel food for thought towards the development of best practice. Prices are: £125 for 2 days or £70 for 1 day. Photo (c) Mark Morreau 2018
Date: Jan. 19, 2019 10:00 am - Jan. 20, 2019 5:30 pm
Location: The Point
Leigh Rd, SO50 9DE
United Kingdom

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