Leading up to BNCN's upcoming digital workshops for ARTiculate 1.0, we're reposting Latvian circus artist and teacher Aleksey Smolov's experience with the first version of ARTiculate from last year. Sign up and read more about ARTiculate 1.0 here! Aleksey Smolov, 2019: I think it’s important to see the whole picture of one’s journey and establishment … Continue reading Aleksey Smolov’s experience of ARTiculate 2018/2019
ARTiculate Circus is Baltic Nordic Circus Network’s current pedagogy development strand. Under the ARTiculate strand we explore how to develop circus education across our region more generally and with specific focus on artistic thinking in circus education.We are interested in developing activities and resources which equip circus teachers to build capacity on how to train … Continue reading Circus Teacher Mapping 2021
15 years ago, the first edition of the international contemporary circus festival New Circus Weekend was held at the Arts Printing House in Vilnius. It was the first time when Lithuanian audiences encountered the fascinating world of contemporary circus, and we are very glad to see the amazing progress Lithuanian circus has made throughout these years.
;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
ARTiculate Circus 2 - Developing methods of teaching circus practise in the Baltic-Nordic region BNCN is interested in articulated in 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. The first took place in … Continue reading Registration OPEN ARTiculate Circus 2
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