The study is a legacy of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and follows up on the first inventory study on the sector commissioned by the European Parliament in 2003.
Baltic Nordic Circus Network produce rigging master class capacity building courses for technical professionals working in theatres and festivals in the Nordic and Baltic countries wanting to gain expertise and qualification in circus rigging. We are super excited that registration is now open! All professionals working as technical staff in performing arts in the Baltic … Continue reading Rigorous Practise rigging master classes open for registration! #rigorouspractise
Isn't that a beautiful wintery image of the hula hooper? She's in fact called Karin Svensson and part of Mighty Performing Arts Collective who were in residency earlier this year with BNCN and Karavan in Malmö, Sweden. This image is screenshot from their trailer for their show Hairy Tales - watch it here. The year … Continue reading Have a great holiday everyone!
In September 2019 the network received its first new member since we opened for new membership applications in August. Cirkus Syd is a relatively new organisation in the south of Sweden passionate about circus, research and development and innovation. Cirkus Syd is run by Lina B. Frank, Rebecca Tiger and Burak Sayin who together have … Continue reading New member Cirkus Syd
Karavan and BNCN present a Clown workshop at Karavan the 15th oktober kl.10-16. "Connection and playfulness.... the clown acts in a norm-critical, releasing manner. Like an eye-opener, a kind of societal conscience and awakens our vulnerability, our humanity by managing the world in its' very own way. We love clown! In this one day course … Continue reading We love clown! 1-Day Clown-workshop with MPAC, Malmö 15/10
On October 5-6th the Baltic professional showcase EPICIRQ will take place in Tallinn, Estonia. The showcase is presenting Baltic professional contemporary circus with the aim of increasing interest, exposure and export of the field within the region and in international level. After the pilot of an Estonian showcase in 2018, EPICIRQ has decided to spread … Continue reading Epicirq Baltic Circus Showcase
;This last year our network has delivered a project under our umbrella of educational and pedagogical development called ARTiculate Circus. As we were granted around a third of the original applied amount we decided to deliver the activities with an evaluative lense with the few to develop further. Hosting organisation Manegen was the lead organisation. … Continue reading ARTiculate Circus first project complete
The Silence Festival will this year be held for the tenth time, from June 5 to 8, 2019, in the village of Kaukonen in Kittilä, Finnish Lapland. It is a multi-art festival with a programme made to measure for the living-rooms, yards and lanes of the little host village. The heart of the festival is … Continue reading Silence is coming…
We are launching a new project! Rigorous Practise! A transnational cooperation project focused on capacity-building to practically facilitate circus arts to be presented and co-produced under increased awareness of rigging, contracting and safety practises. The project will start at the later part of 2019 and run until the summer of 2020. Theatre professionals who work … Continue reading Announcing new project: Rigorous Practise
On international women's day we are happy to announce that M.P.A.C will be our resident company at Karavan in October 2019. The international reference group (Subtopia (SE), Riga Circus, (LV) Brazil Jack (SE), Arts Printing House (LT) and Dynamo Workspace (DK) has looked over applications and we are excited to share the news with you. … Continue reading Residency announcement: Karavan BNCN International Residency