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Circus Thinks Launch Party in New York (USA)

Cirkus Syd is happy to announce the upcoming launch of our newest publication, Circus Thinks: Conversations. We are especially excited to partner with the Brooklyn Art Haus for this celebration, come by for live performance, cocktails and conversations!

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Circus Thinks Launch Party in New York (USA)
Circus Thinks Launch Party in New York (USA)

Time & Location

17 Jun 2023, 15:00 – 16:30 GMT-4

Brooklyn Art Haus (BAH), 24 Marcy Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA

About the Event

Cirkus Syd is proud to release our newest publication, Circus Thinks: Conversationsa collection of critical essays, dialogues and provocations on contemporary circus, and we can't wait to get it into the hands of the NYC circus community. "Circus is not only fertile ground to explore the ways in which we create and share artistic work," the contributors write in the introduction to this collection, "but also the ways we relate to the world in general."

The launch is produced by our members Madeline Hoak and Nick Zelle in New York City. We are especially excited to partner with the Brooklyn Art Haus for this celebration, and to help introduce the brand new space as a welcome addition to the city's circus ecosystem. If you believe that circus has something important to offer, are curious about how it fits in cultural discourse, or just crave another way to plug into the local scene, this event is for you! There will be live performances, conversation and cocktails, and you will walk away with new reading material for your circus brains to nerd out on!

The new publication, drinks and food will be available for purchase. RSVP encouraged but not required.

About Cirkus Syd

Cirkus Syd who host Circus Thinkers, are an international NGO based in Sweden. Circus Thinkers is an international group of artists, academics, educators and cultural workers gathered to hold space for critical discourse on a rapidly evolving art form (contemporary circus). We craft public programming that invites cross-cultural exchange, promotes embodied learning, and that engages publics from a variety of entry points into the rich history and futures of circus.

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