On the 26.10.2021 Dramatic Fields had it's first seminar last week. Hosted by Cirko and led by Jarkko Lehmus, the kick off seminar was followed by a three-day workshop with the participants of the program.Dramatic fields is a project that, together with the participants from Baltic and Nordic countries, explores the structures and practices of … Continue reading Dramatic Fields kick off seminar and workshop completed!
During last weekend we experienced the beauty of Baltic circus at a wonderful venue in Tallinn, Estonia.From October 9th, all of the 6 presented performances will be viewable online. The access is donation based, starting from 7 euros minimum. All of the videos will be accessible from October 9th at 10:00 to October 12th at 23:59. The link for purchasing access More … Continue reading EPICIRQ 2021 is going online!
Big Wolf Company, Circus Sabok (Estonia), Kanta company and Taigi Cirkas (Lithuania) are the chosen participants for the Baltic Circus on the Road project for 2021. During 2021 The Baltic Circus on the Road project will allow these Baltic circus artists or groups of artists to participate in a two week residence in one of the Baltic … Continue reading Baltic Circus on the Road participants
It’s happening! As a result of Corona regulations we have created a digital version of the two workshops that were supposed to happen in Norrköping and Vilnius last fall. They will be streamed from Stenkrossen in Lund this spring. ARTiculate Circus is a developmental learning, training and research project, which ultimately aims to articulate how … Continue reading Registration open: ARTiculate 1.0 digital workshops
FLASH NEWS FROM CIRCOSTRADA: The most important survey of the year is out! We are glad to share with you the Perform Europe survey which, thanks to your input, will have a major impact on the future of the performing arts. We absolutely need to hear circus and street arts voices! Fill out the Perform … Continue reading Circostrada and the Perform Europe survey!
Bonjour dear circus co-creators! My name is Typhaine and I will be working part time as Digital and Communications Producer for Cirkus Syd and BNCN for 5 months. I am very excited to start this position as it involves performing arts, creative minds and cultural diversity. I can’t wait to be moving closer to Lina … Continue reading Introducing Typhaine Sotés, our new Digital and Communications Producer!
Merry christmas and happy holidays from Baltic Nordic Circus Network to you! We at BNCN are proud to say, and this goes for everyone invovled both participants, organizers, members and audience: we all managed to keep up the good work and collaborations, made new things possible and new, creative ways of activating eachother both mental … Continue reading Happy holidays!
In August our network's pedagogy group hosted the first in a series of network meetings to map circus education in our region and to develop a strategy for our work and collaborations on Baltic Nordic Circus Education. Next meeting was planned to take place in November 2020, but due to Corona the meeting is moved until spring … Continue reading ARTiculate Pedagogy Strategic work
We are honoured to present the emerging leaders who will participate in the NHLP 2020 - 2021: Karmen Aasanurm, Emma Langmoen, Nika Parkhomovskaya, Erik Glas, Inna Huttunen, Anna Emilie Pedersen, Marina Rieger, Janis Laucenieks, Eyrún Ævarsdóttir, Serafima Kiseleva, Hanna Moisala, Džiugas Kunsmanas, Elena Kosovec and Marita Sanzarevska! Karmen AasanurmHost: Reykjavik Dance Festival - Iceland Karmen is … Continue reading Introducing the New Horizon Leadership Programme selected participants!
Riga Cirk, on of the hosting organisation of BNCN, calls out! Read all about the project and how to apply below. You can also visit their website here The Baltic Circus on the Road project will allow three Baltic circus artists or groups of artists to participate in a two week residence in one of the Baltic … Continue reading Riga Cirks open call: Baltic Circus on the Road!