The Circus Manifesto, a statement about the values and significance of circus arts in Europe, calls upon European circus professionals and organizations to address the needs and challenges of the current state of circus arts in Europe, while fostering communication and collaboration to explore new opportunities. The manifesto declares: “As circus developed, both institutional and legislative systems have failed to adjust the environment to the new needs and requirements of the circus industry. At the same time, some representatives of circus arts have not adapted sufficiently to the demands of this new era.” The manifesto was ratified last week at the 41st International Circus Festival in Monte-Carlo. The first signatory of the document was Her Serene Highness Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, President of the Festival International du Cirque de Monte-Carlo and honorary president of the Federation Mondiale du Cirque. Other signatures followed from ...
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