So Long 2022! – A Year Of Breaking Through Barriers for Circus

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So Long 2022! – A Year Of Breaking Through Barriers for Circus

As 2022 comes to its final bow, it’s time to reflect on all that we have learned this year and bring it into 2023! Much like the years prior, 2022 contributed its fair share of trials and tribulations. Nevertheless, the performing arts world and our CircusTalk community triumphantly prevailed, acknowledging the challenges yet overcoming them, and looking to the future for bigger and better tomorrows.
To get a deeper understanding of the CircusTalk community’s experience of the past year, we distributed a 2022 End of Year Survey where we looked to our amazing network of circus professionals for their thoughts, advice, and words of wisdom regarding circus and the performing arts as we approach the new year.  Through this survey, our goal was to collect and share this wisdom within our CircusTalk community and help us guide each other to begin a successful and prosperous 2023. The result? Through gaining inspiring insight from numerous artists working in a wide variety of performance disciplines, and boasting an average of over ten years of experience in the circus industry, we hope to offer you a few sentimental words to carry with you into 2023.  Now, we would now like to share a glimpse of looking back on this past year alongsi...
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Julia Grace Lumpkin

Currently based in Tallahassee, FL, Julia Grace is in her third year at Florida State University pursing a Bachelor's of Science in Business Marketing. Alongside this degree, she holds a completed Minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Aside from her academics, Julia Grace performs with the FSU Flying High Circus, a globally renowned collegiate circus in the United States. Within the arena, her talents include Spanish web, aerial lyra, and triple trapeze—all of which she has performed since her training in the Sailor Circus Academy of the Circus Arts Conservatory in Sarasota, FL. Julia Grace is now happily a part of the CircusTalk team as a Social Media and Content intern, in which her passion for circus and marketing skills brightly shine through her work.