Circus Arts Graduates of 2022 Spotlight – Igniting Careers

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Circus Arts Graduates of 2022 Spotlight – Igniting Careers

Graduation is a time for celebration, but in this industry, we know the real work is just beginning for these artists! Not only did they dedicate themselves to years of studying, but they did it all during a pandemic that forced them to adapt to the rapidly changing expectations of the circus industry. A huge congratulations to these circus arts graduates who are now embarking on the next stage of their careers: the professional market.
Kicking off your circus career is no simple feat, but after years of hard work and historic challenges, the class of 2022 is ready to enter the next stage of their journey—and to appear on many more stages to come! Presenting the Graduates of 2022 Spotlight! We’re proud to highlight a few circus school graduates who have not only already accomplished one amazing feat, but who are also setting themselves up for career success by making themselves accessible to talent seekers on their CircusTalk profiles: Melissa Mazzarella (NECCA), Juan Luisangel Gongora Jaramillo (ÉCQ), and Will Aaron (Circadium). ...
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Emily Holt

Currently living in Tallahassee, FL, Emily has spent the past five years nurturing her university and circus careers side by side. As a graduate student at Florida State University, she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Integrated Marketing Communication, specializing in graphic design & videography. Outside her classes, she performs with the FSU Flying High Circus, only one of two collegiate circuses in the US. Here, her disciplines include swinging trapeze, teeterboard and flying trapeze - all of which completely set her soul on fire. Emily is a part of the CircusTalk team as a journalism and marketing intern, where her communication skills and circus passions work in perfect harmony.