Baltic Nordic Circus Network produce rigging master class capacity building courses for technical professionals working in theatres and festivals in the Nordic and Baltic countries wanting to gain expertise and qualification in circus rigging.
We are super excited that registration is now open!
All professionals working as technical staff in performing arts in the Baltic and Nordic countries are eligible to register, apart from those who already work in a circus venue (there may be exceptional circumstances to this rule, so please enquire if you or you know someone who is keen to attend). These masterclasses are designed to support technical staff who work in/with venues/festivals who do not already programme contemporary circus arts as part of their main programme.
This spring we will organise two masterclasses. Both are lead by Fredrik Deijfen – Head Rigger of Cirkus Cirkör in Stockholm Sweden. The two courses are slightly different design and different lengths. There is no need to sign up for both.
There are limited places on the courses, they are free of charge to attend and there is a travel bursary available for participation for those in need.
Click on the links below to find out more and register for the events. Your place is not confirmed until you have had an email from BNCN confirming your place. If you have not heard back in a week please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire
For any questions please don’t hesitate to email info(a)balticnordiccircus.com
Places are limited and registration will close when places are filled. Only in exceptional circumstances will it be possible to register after the 28th of February. This is a Baltic Nordic Circus Network (BNCN) initiative.
Rigorous Practise is co-produced by Cirkus Syd, Cirkus Cirkör, Cirko Centre for New Circus (Finland) and Riga Circus (Latvia).
Collaborative partners: Manegen and Dynamo Workspace (DK) Between 2020 and 2022 Cirkus Syd and Riga Circus co-host the network secretariat.
Read more about BNCN on balticnordiccircus.com
The Rigorous Practise initiative is made possible with the generous support of Norden.