THE CIRCUS EXPERIMENT
A free Zoom class for creative kids and curious adults.
The Circus Experiment is on break!
Movement, invention, art, release.
View schedule here. The Circus Experiment is on break!
We will experiment with playing circus in small spaces with limited resources!
MOVE your body!
CHALLENGE your mind!
LAUGH your head off!
The Circus Experiment is taking a break!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Registration is required by 1:00pm on each Friday of The Circus Experiment class.
Please arrive to class before 1:30 or you will not be admitted. The zoom room opens at 1:15.
This is a free class, but all contributions will be gratefully accepted:
The Circus Experiment is an inclusive class and I will adapt activities and materials to meet the needs of everyone in the room.
Materials may include but aren't limited to tape, dental floss, pots and pans, plastic bags, empty toilet paper/paper towel rolls, coins, crayons or markers, paper (newspaper, wrapping paper, store circulars, junk mail, printer paper), a broom, rain boots, cooking utensils, socks, a chair, the couch...
Every class will include opportunities for invention, innovation, and creativity. Each week we will explore how to create and engineer ordinary and unexpected household objects into circus props and apparatus.
Project designs are being created with multiple materials to ensure equanimity and inclusion.
This is an experiment! Circus is about invention and adaptability. Together we will discover how we can adapt traditional circus learning to the Zoom format. Movement activities are being designed with small spaces and quiet places in mind. Students will be encouraged to innovate based on their ability and environment and learn to support and encourage each other's differences.
This class is FREE! Circus is Family and I offer these classes to you, my human family, as respite from our upside-down every day world.
Love offerings will be gratefully accepted and a portion of all proceeds will be paid forward to other artists in need.
The Circus Experiment is appropriate for all ages and abilities, but some students may require assistance and support during certain activities.