Be part of Waterways ensemble
Waterways is a new First Nations-led circus project in partnership with Flipside trainer and Indigenous arts leader/producer, Lara Croydon.
Waterways is a year-long project that will develop an ensemble of First Nations artists bringing them together to train and develop circus skills. This new ensemble will then work to create a new circus performance – Waterways.
Waterways is about the importance of water to First Nations people – it will interrogate its significance, its life force, and its journey to connect all our nations together through the spiderweb of freshwater and saltwater streams.
We are looking for some deadly young people between the ages of 12-25 who are keen to develop circus skills and tell stories on stage. You don’t need to have any previous circus experience to apply, we will teach you that on the way!
If you are keen to come along to the free workshop on Monday 19 December to try circus and meet the team, simply fill in the form below.
EOI opening date | Fri 11 November 2022
EOI closing date | Mon 12 December 2022
Meet and play workshop | Mon 19 December 2022
About meet and play workshop
Ever wanted to try juggling? Hula hooping? Aerial performing? Then come along to the meet-and-play workshop to learn some deadly circus skills and get to know the team! This 3-hour workshop is to get a taste of the world of circus, learn new skills and meet like-minded performers! No need to bring anything with you, just your deadly selves and a water bottle!
At: Flipside Circus
Duration: 3 hours
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
The project is seeking
Young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artists interested in performance and circus.
Please fill out the form below: