Intensive Contemporary Circus Education Program Invites Professionals

 

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International contemporary circus festival New Circus Weekend’15 presents an intensive circus education program for the circus and dance professionals. 1-13, September at the Arts Printing House

 

1-2, September Black Hall
Dramaturgy for circus*
Adrian SCHVARZSTEIN  (Spain)
for circus artists



1-5, September, Studio III
* 09:30-11.30 | Dance Class  
Ben Fury (Morocco)
* 12.00-14.00 | Dance as a game (development of pleasure on the mouvement with the object) 
Milan Herich (Slovakia)
* 15.30-17.30 | Dramatugy of the movement as intense physical experience in relation with the object
Roberto Magro ( Spain)
17.30-18.30 | Free improvisation, stretching
for dancers and circus artists | it's recommended to register for all 3 workshops

 


5-7, September, Black Hall

Air acrobatics
Corinne Linder (Finland)
09.00- 10.30 |  Warm up and pilates
10.30- 12.30 | Aerial technical training
lunch break
14.00- 16.00 | Ground acrobatic and writing  (research tasks with individual writing)
for circus artists

 

6-8, September, Studio III
Acro dance
Fadi Zmorrod (Palestine)
for dancers and circus artists


8-10 September, Studio II, Yard
Jugglery
Marko Bonisimo (the Netherlands)
for circus artists


9-11, September, Glass Hall
Circus writing
John Ellingsworth (Great Britain)
Duncan Wall (USA)
for journalists and contemporary performing art critics from Baltic or Nordic countries**



9-13, September, Studio III
Balancing
Tin Can Company (Denmark)
for dancers, circus artists and acrobats

 

>> more information about lecturers - please find here <<


registration for one workshop - 3 eur | registration via spektakliai@menuspaustuve.lt
* for registration to dramaturgy for circus with Adrian SCHVARZSTEIN please send your CV and short description of your discipline and the project you are working on
** registration via Baltic-Nordic Circus Network

>> organizers can change the program <<

Education program for contemporary circus is brought by Lithuanian Council for Culture

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