A new First Nations-led circus project in partnership with Flipside trainer and Indigenous Arts Leader/Producer, Lara Croydon.
It is a multi-year project that is developing an ensemble of young First Nations artists bringing them together to train and develop circus skills, and build towards a performance outcome.
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.
INTERESTED IN PERFORMANCE AND CIRCUS?
WHERE: Brisbane Circus Centre
DURATION: 2.5 hours
Sunday 8 October, 2pm – 4:30pm
Sunday 29 October, 2pm – 4:30pm
Sunday 26 November, 2pm – 4:30pm
Come along to the meet-and-play workshop to learn some deadly circus skills and get to know the team! This 2.5-hour workshop will give you 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.
All you need to do is register, please fill out the form below: