Norwegian Mapping of Circus Arts

Sirkunst and Cirkus Xanti are currently collecting information to map the working environment and situation of Norwegian Circus Artists. The call out to artists can be found below in Norwegian... Velkommen til Sirkunst og Cirkus Xantis undersøkelse av sirkus som scenekunst i Norge. Med denne undersøkelsen ønsker vi å få svar fra sirkusartister som har … Continue reading Norwegian Mapping of Circus Arts

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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

#RigaICCE International Conference on Circus Education, Riga

#RigaICCE Intwrnational Conference on Circus Education,  Riga On Thursday the 12th of April 2018 the International Conference on Circus Education was held at Latvian Academy of Culture’s Theatre House of LKA in Riga, Latvia. Organised by Baltic Nordic Circus Network, Riga Circus, Manegen and Latvian Academy of Culture. Speakers presenting at the event were Anne-Mette … Continue reading #RigaICCE International Conference on Circus Education, Riga

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

Swedish Arts Council Mapping of Circus

The Swedish Arts Council has spent 9 months mapping Swedish Circus to present a report to the Swedish government with recommendations of improvements of support that the sector desperately needs. The Report in Swedish is around 70 pages, and today a summary in English has been released. Practitioners, organisations, independents have all been asked to … Continue reading Swedish Arts Council Mapping of Circus