We've highlighted three interesting current youth circus projects in Ireland below and would like to invite you to come and talk about the future of Youth and Social Circus at the special 'Irish Youth Circus Focus', in Tralee this November led by the Galway Community Circus in partnership with The Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network, Arts Council Ireland and National Circus Festival Ireland.
TRIBUTE TO WILL CHAMBERLAIN - YOUTH CIRCUS MENTOR
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3 YOUTH CIRCUS LABS DESERVING YOUR ATTENTION
These three projects were kindly supported by Arts Council Ireland.
Circus goes Urban - Galway Community Circus | Maleta | Finbar247 | Jack English | Shane O'Malley
Galway Community Circus brings together street artists, Finbar 247 and Shane O’Malley, with circus artists Davi Hora and Alex Allison from Maleta company and parkour specialist Jack English. Over five days young people will get a chance to explore circus, parkour and street art culminating in a 2-day street art workshop during which the youth participants will use the moves they have
Robotic Circus - Galway Community Circus | CoderDojo | SAP
Collaborative partners in this project are SAP Galway and CoderDojo and Galway Community Circus. The project aims to explore the creative possibilities when mixing circus,
Larger than Life - Galway Community Circus | Macnas
This third creative lab project is Macnas and Galway Community Circus annual collaboration where youth circus members get to further their skills in stilt and
Other ISACS Members who work in Youth and Social Circus are as follows: Cloughjordan Youth Circus, C Circus K, Circus Factory, Dublin Circus Project, National Circus Festival Ireland, Fidget Feet Aerial Dance.
JOIN US AT NATIONAL CIRCUS FESTIVAL IRELAND TO TALK ABOUT IRISH YOUTH CIRCUS
The Irish Youth Circus Focus is hosted by Galway Community Circus in association with The Irish Street Arts, Circus & Spectacle Network, National Circus Festival Ireland and Arts Council Ireland from 12:15 -
Do you work in youth circus in Ireland? Would you like to set up a Youth Circus in your town? Join us for the ‘Irish Youth Circus Focus’ – a meet-up of youth circus leaders - where you will have the opportunity to meet and share with others interested in developing this exciting art form and bringing it to more young people across the country.
The event is free but places are very limited. Book now: Irish Youth Circus Focus booking