Baltic Nordic Circus Network (BNCN) is a collaborative network of 17 circus arts organisations in the Baltic and Nordic countries.

The network works to strengthen the regional collaboration and development of the circus sector. Alongside lobbying activity, meetings and seminars BNCN organises workshops for artists and industry professionals which focus on skills development, best practice, increased knowledge and cooperation as well as cultural and national identity.

LIST OF MEMBERS 2019-2020 with links

DENMARK

Dynamo Workspace (Odense)
Dynamo is a workspace for contemporary workspace, with main focus on co-production and residencies, and on top of that, we present quest performances and an annual circus festival in Odense.

AFUK  (Copenhagen)
Circus school / non profit association for kids and young people


ESTONIA

Tsirkusestuudio Folie / Circus studio Folie
Circus Studio Folie is a circus organisation that is running a youth circus and developing contemp
orary circus in Estonia.

AD productions / HOOG Festival
Production / education / culture


FINLAND

Cirko – Uuden sirkuksen keskus / Cirko – Center for New Circus
Cirko is a contemporary circus venue, presenter and artistic development situated in Helsinki with national and international reach.

Sirkuksen tiedotuskeskus / CircusInfo Finland
CircusInfo Finland is both the physical and online contact point for any information on Finnish circus. We provide information services on professional circus in Finland. We support the artistic and cultural development of Finnish circus art through our strong networks, promotional activities and mentoring. Founded in 2006, we receive yearly funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture. We collect and distribute information on Finnish circus professionals and performances, maintain a reference library on circus literature and organize workshops and mentoring for Finnish circus professionals in order to increase their potential for success. Every year we compile statistics and reports related to activity in the Finnish circus field to aid political decision-making. We are strong national partner in advocacy and lobbying for the circus art.

Hiljaisuus-festivaali / Silence Festival

 

Finnish Youth Circus Association
The Finnish Youth Circus Association (FYCA) is the national umbrella organisation of youth circuses in Finland. The association was founded in 1991. FYCA promotes amateur youth circus activities and aims at providing better facilities for youth circuses, circus amateurs and circus teachers. The association brings together both amateurs and professionals and develops possibilities for children and young people to take part in circus activities.

LATVIA

Riga Circus  (Riga)
National circus center in Latvia located in historical circus building.

RE RE RIGA Festival (Riga)


LITHUANIA
Menų spaustuvės / Arts Printing House (Vilnius)
Performing arts venue that also has contemporary circus, street theatre and children and youth theatre festivals, residency programme and emerging artists programme.


NORWAY
Sirkunst – Norwegian circus network
We work to connect the Norwegian circus community and create bridges both nationally and internationally for circus professionals, schools and amateurs.

Circus Xanti – Circus Village Festival 

 

SWEDEN
Cirkus Cirkör (Stockholm)
Cirkus Cirkör is a politically independent non-profit association that was founded in 1995 with the vision to change the world through contemporary circus.

Manegen (Stockholm)
A national member organisation for circus, variety and street performance.

Subtopia  (Stockholm)
Subtopia is a creative cluster in Botkyrka and enables cultural and community-building production at all levels, both non-profit and commercial, and is home to a unique circus environment, striving to create an attractive common ground where those involved in circus from around the world can meet to create, produce and evolve.

Cirkus Syd (Lund)
Cirkus Syd is a networking platform for international research, development and innovation based in Lund, Sweden.

 

 

Are you interested in being a member or an associate member? Follow this link or get in touch with Coordinator Lina B. Frank on info(a)balticnordiccircus.com