Creating an Acrobatic Design” is a panel discussion series by four students from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston Salem, NC. The panel consists of Houston Odum (Scene Designer), Bradlee Hager (Graduate Automation), Pablo Gonzalez (Scene Design), and Joshua Lawson (Props). Every episode explores the process of creating a new Acrobatic Design, including everything from “Blue Sky” idea generation, to technical limits, and artistic concepts. Join these students alongside with circus industry professionals as they set out to design, create, model, and animate a brand new acrobatic concept! Guest: Sonya St-Martin. Sonya worked as an acrobat in Saltimbanco in 1992 and Alegria in 1995-1996. Since then, she has worked as an art director, tour manager, and general manager for Cirque Eloize and as an art director for Cavalia. She now does Acrobatic Concept & Design work for Cirque Du Soleil.
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