Circo De Las Artes is a professional training school of Circus and Movement Arts, located in the Tigre province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was founded in 2009 by Ana Hepner, a dancer and acrobat. The school offers a 3-year professional course as well as recreational classes for adults and children. According to their website, the school is “dedicated to the research, training and integration of the Arts of Circus and Dance in the search for a multidisciplinary language”. A small and friendly space set in a lusciously green suburb right on the Tigre Delta, the school draws people from all over. The student body is mostly from Argentina, but I also met students from Chile, Ecuador, Australia and Italy.
The school is small – maybe 20 students in the professional program altogether – and the space is divided into two rooms: a circus loft rigged with static trapezes and silks, and a dance studio with mirrors and ballet bars, dance harnesses hanging from the ceiling. Classes for the professional program include aerial arts (static trapeze, lyra, silks and rope), flow arts (juggling, hooping and fire spinning), dance classes (ballet, contemporary and jazz), ground acrobatics (tumbling...
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