REGISTRATION OPEN: ARTiculate Circus workshops for Circus Teachers

ARTiculate Circus - Developing methods of teaching circus practise in the Baltic-Nordic region BNCN is interested in articulating how the Baltic and Nordic region can work together to develop circus education and its’ relationship with artistic thinking. As a result we are hosting two workshops for circus teachers in the coming months. The first will … Continue reading REGISTRATION OPEN: ARTiculate Circus workshops for Circus Teachers

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Mapping contemporary circus in south Sweden

The region of Skåne has commissioned a mapping of Contemporary Professional Circus in the region. The mapping aims to provide a report of the current situation and potential of contemporary circus in the region and consults artists, presenters, institutions and quite frankly anyone who feels they have a perspective to provide about circus in Skåne. … Continue reading Mapping contemporary circus in south Sweden

Announcing funding for ARTiculate workshops

We are excited to announce that our ARTiculate Circus project has received some funding from Nordisk Kulturfond. ARTiculate Circus is a developmental learning, training and research project which ultimately aims to articulate how the Baltic and Nordic region can work together to develop circus education and its’ relationship with artistic thinking. Two workshops will be … Continue reading Announcing funding for ARTiculate workshops

CARP / Circus Arts Research Platform

BNCN Member CircusInfo Finland informs about a project they're involved with where we, as a wider community can help... Circus Arts Research Platform needs your help to update information on circus collections and research in the Baltic–Nordic region CircusInfo Finland, Centre national des arts du Cirque (France), École Nationale de Cirque (Canada) and Circuscentrum (Belgium) have joined forces … Continue reading CARP / Circus Arts Research Platform

International Conference on Circus Education in Riga 12th of April

12th April, Riga, Latvia With the launch of Riga Circus to a National Centre for Circus Education in the Latvian capital, circus education in the Baltic region is set to spiral and increase in significance in the coming years. The neighbouring Nordic countries have a wealth of experience in different areas and levels of circus education … Continue reading International Conference on Circus Education in Riga 12th of April