Hanne Trap Friis is the founder and artistic leader of Teater FreezeProductions. The theater works in Greenland and in Denmark and produces pieces that are critical towards white mindsets and the conception of history. The performances often have a look towards a broader and more inclusive world as well as a more vivid and visual … Continue reading HANNE TRAP FRIIS: CIRCUS, ANARCHY, AND HOPE.
We are delighted to introduce you to the newest Baltic Nordic Circus Network member - JONK! Performing arts. What is JONK! Performing arts? JONK! Performing arts presents national and international artists within different art forms focusing on contemporary circus since 2019. We use streets, squares and different scenes. We create new stage rooms where needed. … Continue reading Welcome our newest member – JONK! Performing Arts
We have introduced you to Daniel Gulko, and Alisan Funk, now let us introduce our third and final keynote speaker – Texas Holly, a community engagement director at San Francisco Circus Center (US). She will be speaking about Inclusion in circus education & leading a workshop on How to engage communities in circus? KEYNOTE: Circus … Continue reading Meet Riga ICCE Keynote Speaker Texas Holly
Riga ICCE will be held in Riga, Latvia on the 10th and 11th of May, 2022. We will meet in-person to hear wonderful keynote speeches, have discussions in world cafes, and also attend workshops. But that is not all. For those of you who can't attend the live meetings, we have also prepared a digital … Continue reading The Digital Side of Riga ICCE
We have introduced you to Daniel Gulko, now let us introduce our second keynote speaker - Alisan Funk. She will be speaking about Physical literacy and circus & leading a workshop on Physical Literacy as an advocacy tool in circus. Let's take a more detailed look at what this means. Alisan Funk is an Assistant … Continue reading Meet Riga ICCE Keynote Speaker Alisan Funk
We are excited to share with you the program of the Riga International Conference on Circus (Riga ICCE) 2022. Organized by BNCN, Cirkus Syd, Rīgas Cirks, the event will take place on the 10th and 11th of May, at Zeļļu Street 25, Riga. The main themes of Riga ICCE 2022 are artistic thinking in education, … Continue reading Riga ICCE 2022 program announced!
Do you feel invested in circus education!? Come join us in Lund, Sweden! To co-create the future of Baltic-Nordic Circus Education cooperation!This is an invitation to come join BNCN in Lund in 16-18th January 2022.Everyone is welcome who feels invested in circus education, interested in art, in circus education, and would like to, in some … Continue reading From Dreams to Designs! ARTiculate Pedagogy Meeting: January 16th – January 18th, 2022
We are delighted to announce two new members of the Baltic Nordic Circus Network community – Karavan and Acting for Climate! Introducing Karavan! What is Karavan?Karavan is an artist-driven stage, a company and a platform for contemporary circus in the south of Sweden. The activities include both performances, circus festival, networking and artistic and educational … Continue reading Announcing two new members: Karavan & Acting for Climate!
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!
Baltic Nordic Circus Network (BNCN) is alive and kicking! On the 2nd and 3rd of October, 2021, BNCN convened to discuss strategies, build capacity and create new co-operations between the members in the Baltic Nordic countries. This time co-host organizations Cirkus Syd and Rīgas Cirks organized the gathering to bring together professionals from 8 countries. … Continue reading BNCN meeting & Epicirq Baltic Circus Showcase