International Networks we are members of
Cirkus Syd is an international NGO with membership across the globe. We are also active members in several other international networks where we take part to collaborate and share information.
Circostrada - European Network of Circus and Street Arts
Circostrada is the European Network for Circus and Street Arts. Created in 2003 with the core mission of furthering the development, empowerment and recognition of these fields at European and international levels, over the years the network has become an important anchoring point for its members and a key interlocutor in the dialogue with cultural policy makers across Europe.
INCAM - International Network of Circus Arts Magazines
INCAM takes an open view in identifying those contributing to the development of circus media, and in practice and philosophy see a magazine not necessarily as a print publication, but as a curated space that encompasses reflection, commentary, news and critical debate. More broadly, we see that the purpose of a magazine is to draw connections – between one artwork and another, between artists and audiences, between people and vital information – and are committed to exploring how this role might play out within the framework of new and existing technologies.
Baltic Nordic Circus Network
Baltic Nordic Circus Network (BNCN) is a collaborative network of 22 circus arts organisations in the Baltic and Nordic countries.
The network works to strengthen the regional collaboration and development of the circus sector. BNCN organises activities which aim to support the circus field in the Baltic-Nordic countries at large. From workshops to seminars to international residencies - for both artists and industry professionals focus on skills development, best practice, increased knowledge and cooperation as well as cultural and national identity.
BNCN's ultimate aim is to increase visibility of contemporary circus practise in the Baltic and Nordic region as well as increasing cooperation between circus organisations in the Baltic and Nordic countries.