June 2009

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Artmedia - Physical Theatre News - June 2009

    2009 American Youth Circus Festival, Pennsylvania, USA

Winter Clown Retreat with Alan Clay, Wanganui, New Zealand    
   Melbourne Juggling Convention, Collingwood College, Australia
  Unicycle World Championships and Convention, Wellington, NZ 
  Monthly Clown Classes, Flying Heart Productions, Perth, Australia
  Bookings Open for Term 3, Circa Training Centre, Queensland, Aus
  Gandini Juggling Workshop, Celebration Barn Theater, Maine, USA
  Buskers Wanted for 4th of July Event, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 
  Funding for Emerging Circus Artists, Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe, EU
  Free Studio Space for Soloist/Company, Chisenhale Dance Space, UK
  Performance Summer School with Mem Morrison, Artsadmin, London, UK
  Master Classes with Jango Edwards, Nouveau Clown Institute, Spain 

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Welcome to the June 2009 edition of the Artmedia physical theatre newsletter, your e-publication with an Australasian focus and a global perspective, now in its eighth year and reaching over 2,500 subscribers.

As the recession starts to bite many of us are finding lower numbers at our events and some are seeing the benefit of advertising. The newsletter rates haven't changed in 5 years and the value keeps increasing as circulation expands. Remember to support the sponsors and advertisers of this newsletter.

In the Sponsorship this month we welcome the American Youth Circus Organization with information on their Youth Circus Festival being held August 19-23. This is an opportunity to spend four action-packed days in the scenic mountains of Pennsylvania studying and practicing the Circus Arts with America's foremost circus artists and educators. During the festival there is also a 4-day intensive for Social Circus educators in partnership with Cirque du Soleil’s Social Action Team. The festival is open to youths and adults.

In the Playspace section, the Price Buster deadline on the Winter Clown Retreat has been pushed by a week to give all of you eager clowns the opportunity to play. My book, Angels Can Fly, has started to find its way into high schools in New Zealand and also in Victoria, Australia, so if you know any drama teachers or you work in a high school, suggest they check it out.

In the Features, the Melbourne Juggling Convention, the largest event of its kind in Australia, is being held September 18 - 21 at Collingwood College. This four-day extravaganza offers workshops and shows and attracts more than 250 participants from all over the world.

In Networking we have information on the 15th International Unicycle World Championships and Convention being held in Wellington, New Zealand, December 29th - January 7th 2010. This gathering of unicyclists from around the world is open to anyone who can ride a unicycle. In Western Australia, Flying Heart Productions will be holding monthly clown classes starting June 28th. It promises to be physically and emotionally challenging and excellent training for any performer.


At Circa Training Centre in Queensland, Term 3 registration is now open. The term runs from July 20th to September 12th and they've added two new challenging classes in flexibility and acrobatics.


In the USA, a 3-day juggling intensive with Sean Gandini and Kati Yla-Hokkala is being offered as part of the Celebration Barn Theater Summer Workshops in Maine. The July 29th - August 1st workshop will be an exploration into juggling patterns and ideas. The 4th of July event, Red, White and Boom in Minneapolis is calling for buskers. If you're interested, get your application in by June 23rd. 


Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe is accepting applications from performers of any nationality, living and practicing in Europe. As one of the main supporters of the circus arts, they offer assistance to emerging creators. The application deadline is September 25th.


In the UK, Chisenhale Dance Space is offering free studio space in London to one soloist dancer or movement artist and one emerging company. The space will be made available the last 2 weeks of August. If free space would help your development, apply before June 29th. Also in London, Artsadmin is running a free Summer School with Mem Morrison from July 20th to August 14th. Artsadmin's Summer School is a chance for emerging artists and people new to performance to work with an established artist for four weeks to create and perform an original piece of work  Application deadline is July 3rd.

And the newly established Nouveau Clown Institute in Granollers, Spain announce their Master Clown Classes with Jango Edwards. The first intensive one month programme for professionals begins October 4th.

We aim to provide an avenue of communication for the physical theatre community, so send us information for inclusion in this newsletter, and please also forward this to someone else who may be interested.

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Many people write to us with information on their work, which they want posted on the Artmedia web site. We are very happy to do this, but we have to charge for anything posted on the artmedia.com.au site. However, now you have the opportunity to sign up to the new artmedia.net.au site and post your own information. You can also upload videos on your work, post photographs, or post articles and reviews on your personal blog and network with other physical theatre artists. 

On the artmedia.com.au site you can find links to performers, companies, resources and festivals all over the world, and you can also subscribe to this newsletter. The newsletter archive includes all issues for the past seven years. Check it out at:

Australian Recreational Centre for Aerial Arts(ARCAA) offer flying trapeze, silks and clown skills. http://www.artmedia.com.au/aerial_arts.htm
Theatre LOTE provide innovative Bilingual Performances for schools and festivals.

Artmedia have information on Moontan.  http://www.artmedia.net.nz
Sue Broadway has information on her touring performances and projects. http://www.artmedia.com.au/broadway.htm
Aerialize have information on their aerial theatre classes and projects in Sydney. http://www.artmedia.com.au/aerial.htm

Seven pages of links, one each for  Festivals , Training, Resources, Circus and Clown , and Physical Theatre , and two pages of Performers links.

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Sponsor:   2009 American Youth Circus Festival & Social Circus Teacher Training, Pennsylvania, USA

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Greetings to all Artmedia readers from the American Youth Circus Organization (AYCO). We invite you to gather with us at Island Lake Camp in Starrucca, Pennsylvania, USA, August 19-23 to attend the 2009 American Youth Circus Festival . This 5th biennial event dedicates four action-packed days to the study and practice of Circus Arts.  Attendees will train, learn, network and exchange ideas through a comprehensive mix of circus-related workshops and social activities. Two showcase performances spotlighting diverse youth circus performers are open to the public on Thursday and Friday evenings, August 20 and 21.

Festival participants from all corners of the globe are welcome to experience an overnight circus camp atmosphere featuring professional skill instruction and in-depth adult programming. Nestled on 550 acres in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of north eastern Pennsylvania, Island Lake Camp provides a rich recreational and learning environment for festival participants of all circus skill and experience levels. Youth circus performers and their families, coaches, program directors, and circus enthusiasts are encouraged to share their talents and build their youth circus community.

Experiential workshops will feature innovative approaches taught by America's foremost circus artists and educators. These interactive sessions will address topics such as: using circus to bridge economic, social and cultural differences; alliances with schools; community relations; aerial arts; partner acrobatics; clowning; juggling; unicycle; circus make-up; choreography; and rigging and safety, to name a few.

The festival is open to chaperoned youth up to age 17, college students, and adults and offers age-appropriate instructional classes for improving current skills and trying new apparatus and techniques. Numerous community building, socializing, and networking opportunities balance the physical activities with fun-filled recreational release.

Additionally, a 4-day intensive training for Social Circus educators will be offered on-site during the festival in partnership with Cirque du Soleil’s Social Action Team, which conducts circus workshops in cooperation with community organizations to serve at-rick youth around the world. Cirque du Soleil’s training approach is founded on the crossroads of circus arts and social intervention. Using the artistic expression of circus arts as a medium of intervention the curriculum develops the teaching skills of instructors in youth-oriented social circus initiatives. Participants will return to their programs with new tools and  perspectives to improve the ways they work with their students and within their communities. This training is limited to 12 participants and requires a separate registration and application. 

The US$450 early registration festival fee due on or before July 24, 2009 (US$475 full fee) includes four nights accommodations, twelve meals, circus facility & equipment use, all workshops, showcases, social activities, and festival t-shirt. Linen and towel rental is available for an extra charge of US$12. A non-refundable deposit of US$50 is required to hold placement.

For more information and to download a 2009 AYCO Festival brochure visit:
To receive information and an application for the Social Circus Teacher Training contact david@americanyouthcircus.org .

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Playspace:  Clown Training with Alan Clay

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Retreat 2009 - Wanganui, New Zealand
        Tuesday July 28 to Saturday August 1 (5 days) 10am to 4pm each day.

Following two clown retreats in our centre in Wanganui, NZ, we find that the relaxed atmosphere and secluded environment means that students get more out of the contact hours and can also process and discuss the work outside of the class. Reconnect with the playful, inquisitive, cheeky, clown spirit in a beautiful outdoor setting, overlooking the mouth of the Wanganui river.

Modern clown is less character based and more interactive than traditional clown, it is less about hiding behind make-up and more about revealing our true selves, and less about routine based entertainment and more about spontaneous artistic expression. We need training and tools to facilitate these new skills in our work, and this workshop aims to give participants a way of working which supports this process.
The fees include six nights accommodation with kitchen facilities. The Clown Retreat will be held in a secluded studio within reach of breathtaking west coast beaches, bush walks and jet boat or canoe expeditions, but still handy to good coffee and all the facilities.

The workshop is aimed at those with a professional interest in clown. It is suitable both for beginners and for those with experience, and it functions best with this mix in the class. There will be a minimum of four and maximum of eight on the workshop.

NZ$600 Price buster (by June 26) NZ$700 Earlybird (by July 15) NZ$800 Full. Including 6 nights accommodation with kitchen facilities. (All fees and deposits are non-refundable) email: clown@artmedia.com.au to hold a place or make enquiries about this workshop.

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Feature: Angels Can Fly, a Modern Clown User Guide a textbook for a fast changing art form

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Angels Can Fly, has started to find its way into high school libraries in New Zealand and Victoria, Australia. If you know any drama teachers or you work in a high school, suggest they check out Angels Can Fly.
This is a textbook for a fast changing art form, as clown escapes from the circus to perform in theatres and streets. The traditional approach to teaching clown is routine or gag based and this sits uncomfortably both with the teaching practices in modern performing arts education and with today's audiences.
This book includes a total of 50 practical clown exercises appropriate for workshops or performance, developed by Alan Clay through 30 years of teaching. Specific prerequisites to any exercise are detailed in each chapter.
There are warm-up and introductory exercises in the early chapters, mid-session or mid-course exercises in the middle chapters, and more performance-oriented exercises, and relaxation exercises, in the final chapters. The exercises have all been coded for individual exploration, for work in pairs, for workshop use, or for use in a performance setting, or for some combination of these.

Angels can Fly includes a mix of fiction which follows the adventures of ten clown characters, some personal clown anecdotes from clowns around the world, a total of 50 practical clown exercises, and some theory on the nature of modern clown. The book is available on order through bookshops and online stores in New Zealand, Australia, America and England.

Alan studied clown in Sweden in 1977 and has taught and performed extensively in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and America. He is founder of Playspace Studio, a physical theatre training centre in Sydney. Over the past 14 years the training centre has gained international recognition for a uniquely irreverent Australasian approach to clown.

"Clown is a fascinating, diverse, complex and exciting art form, which has existed around the planet for thousands of years. Like any art form it has to evolve to stay relevant to the culture nurturing it, and at the same time, and by its very nature, clown teases and turns upside down the cultural patterns and boundaries around us."

You can find the paperback on Amazon by following this link: http://tinyurl.com/9nrwj And check out more information at:  www.alanclay.com where you can still get a free copy of the e-Book.

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Feature: Melbourne Juggling Convention, September 18 - 21, Collingwood College, Victoria 

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The Melbourne Juggling Convention is an action-packed event for circus enthusiasts and performers to develop and showcase their talents. Held annually at the Collingwood College gymnasiums and on-site theatre, the convention will feature workshops by experienced circus instructors, two professional public shows, two renegade shows, juggling Olympics, environmentally green beer and delicious vegetarian food.

The 2009 convention is a four-day extravaganza of ball and club juggling, hat manipulation, yoga, cigar boxes, hula-hoop, poi, passing, staff twirling, unicycling, feldenkrais, bounce juggling, contact, siteswap, skipping, devil stick and acrobalance. Juggling is just the beginning! One of the workshop facilitators will be our special guest Matt Hall, internationally-acclaimed ‘Juggle Sensei,’ flying direct from the United States. A Japanese teacher by profession, Matt’s amiable, approachable manner and enthusiasm for all things juggling is highly infectious.
Now in its third year, the Melbourne Juggling Convention has become the largest event of its kind in Australia. Steadily growing each year, the convention now attracts more than 250 participants from all over the world. People of all ages, backgrounds and abilities come together to teach, be taught, devise, perform, or just have a whole lot of fun.
Renegade Shows: Friday 18th & Sunday 20th, 8pm        Public Shows: Saturday 19, 2pm & 8pm 

Location: Collingwood College, Cromwell St, Collingwood, Victoria

Tickets on sale now at   http://www.mjc.juggling.net.au/  
Pre-register before 31 July and get the early-bird discount!

See the website for more information, including a full list of workshops: http://www.mjc.juggling.net.au/ 
Contact  Christian Parr     Email:
mjcinfo@gmail.com     Website: http://www.mjc.juggling.net.au/

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"Unicycle World Championships and Convention, Wellington, NZ, December 29th - January 7th 2010. The 15th International Unicycle World Championships and Convention (UNICON XV ) will take place in Wellington, New Zealand in 2009/2010. UNICON is held every two years, and this will be the first ever Southern Hemisphere UNICON. It is a mix of competitive events as well as a convention style gathering of unicyclists from around the world. UNICON is open to anyone who can ride a unicycle, and showcases multiple types of unicycling, including Artistic Freestyle, MUni (mountain-unicycling), Street, Track and Field, Unicycle Hockey and Basketball, Road Racing and more! Come and discover the incredibly vibrant capital city of New Zealand located around a stunning harbour and surrounded by rolling hills. UNICON XV will be based in the heart of the city on the waterfront. For more information visit the web site." Joe Dyson, President, NZ Unicycle Federation. Find a link to UNICON XV under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm

"Monthly Clown Training, Flying Heart Productions , Perth, Australia. Classes begin June 28th. Clown Training will begin on the monthly basis for those who are keen to build their clown muscles starting on the 28th of June. The sessions will be held at FITH run 10am-4pm and will cost $55.00. The sessions will consist of a physical theatre warm up to get the body firing on all cylinders then we will run through various exercises exploring different elements of clowning; it will a lot of fun, physically and emotionally challenging and excellent training for any performer. The sessions are open to those with experience or new to clowning. Dates until Dec are: Sunday, 28th June; Sunday, 6th September; Sunday, 18th October. For more information and contact details, please visit the web site." Hardy McMurrick, Co-Director, Flying Heart Productions. Find a link to Flying Heart Productions under Training at: http://artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

"Circus Training Classes, Circa Training Centre , Queensland, Australia, 20 July – 12 September, 2009. Bookings for Circa Training Centre Term 3 are now open. Term 3 is set to thrill, with two new classes, and more classes on Sundays in Fortitude Valley and Thursday nights in Bracken Ridge. Allow us to introduce you to the Bend & Stretch class, a relaxed and supportive environment where you will be developing flexibility and learning to contort your body in ways you never thought possible. Also new to the Training Centre classes is Extreme Acro, and be warned, this class is not for the faint-hearted.  You will be learning dynamic and hard core acrobatic moves while extending your current abilities. All of your favourite classes will still be on offer, such as the adventurous Adult Beginners, the challenging Acro Balance/Handstands classes, and the graceful Aerials classes. The Circa Training Centre also offers classes for young people aged 3 to 15 on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Visit our website to reserve your place today." Mark Douglass, Training Centre Manager, Circa. Find a link to Circa under Circus at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links.htm

"Gandini Juggling Workshop, Celebration Barn Theater, Maine, USA, July 29 - August 1. As part of the Celebration Barn Theater Summer Workshops, this 3-day juggling intensive with Sean Gandini and Kati Yla-Hokkala will be run as a laboratory into juggling patterns and ideas: it will look into ways of structuring and choreographing juggling material, in addition to studying pure technique. The workshop will be tailored to the participants. Each day will start with a physical warm up and then include exploration of some of the following: relationship between music and juggling; notations, their practical uses in solo and group (passing and multi-handed juggling); passing with clubs/rings; multi-handed ball juggling; ideas on technique (dwell times, body posture, throwing positions, etc.). While Sean and Kati have been teaching versions of this workshop for the last 15 years across the globe, this is their first teaching visit to the USA! To find out more, visit our web site." Mandy Huotari, Executive Director, Celebration Barn Theater. (Photo right: Gandini and Yla-Hokkala)    Find a link to Celebration Barn under Training at: http://artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

"4th of July Buskers Wanted, Minneapolis, USA. Application deadline June 23. Quality street entertainers are being sought to add to the vibrancy and excitement of the Minneapolis "Red, White and Boom" event. Street performers, commonly known as ‘buskers,’ are encouraged to submit an application for the opportunity to share talents and perform in front of thousands of visitors along the riverfront before the fireworks. For more information on the event, and to download a busking application, visit our web site." Heather Ocel, Minneapolis Parks. Find a link to Minneapolis Red White and Boom under Resources at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links8.htm

"Support for Emerging Circus Artists, Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe, EU. Application deadline September 25.Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe is a system for assisting the emergence of authors and creators in the area of circus arts. Arisen from the observation that young artists and companies encounter real difficulties in their creative process, this operation is intended to find and nurture the discovery of these young creators and to encourage new ways of working within the field of circus arts. Considered as one of the main support operations for young authors and creators in this field, Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe maintains its objective of supporting in creation and assistance in public promotion. Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe is for authors / performers of any nationality, living and practicing in Europe, including individual artists, groups or companies. If you have a project of new creation in circus arts, we would like to hear from you. Applications forms can be downloaded from our web site and must be received before the 25th of September 2009." Fred Cardon, Director, Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe. Find a link to Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe under Resources at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links8.htm

"Free Studio Space, Chisenhale Dance Space, London, UK, August 2009. Application deadline June 29. Chisenhale has an exciting year ahead and what better way to celebrate for the new team than to give away some free space to artists! We are seeking 1 solo artist to move into our small studio space for 14 days in August. This can be an independent dancer, movement artist or live artist who feels dance, movement or the body holds a key place in their practice. This opportunity allows this artist to have sole run of the space during our opening hours 10am-9pm so no annoying get-outs, interruptions or clear ups during your stay!  And we are seeking 1 emerging company (dancer, movement artist or live artist as above) to have a week in our beautiful main studio from 10-4pm daily in August. This company would be invited to end their week with a showing on the Friday night and Chisenhale will provide a technician and some drinks to celebrate! Application is easy and painless: send us your name, email address, telephone number, company name (if necessary), your art form and up to 300 words to help us see who would benefit the most – include a little on your practice and why this free space would help your development as an artist. Website links will help. No CV’s, lengthy descriptions or show reels if you please. Deadline for application 5pm on 29th of June. Please visit web site for contact details. Please note applicants must be free in the last 2 weeks of August 2009." Chisenhale Dance Space Team. Find a link to Chisenhale Dance Space under Dance at:   http://www.artmedia.com.au/links4.htm

"Performance Summer School with Mem Morrison, Artsadmin , London, UK, 20 July to 14 August. Application deadline July 3rd. Mem Morrison is an artist interested in exploring performance as a healing process and as a way of finding a voice. Artsadmin believes that theatre, dance, music and live art can be used to develop experimental and experiential processes of involvement. Artsadmin's Summer School is a chance for emerging artists and people new to performance to work with an established artist for four weeks to create and perform an original piece of work. This year the Summer School takes place in the 1930s art deco theatre and auditorium of Toynbee Studios. Using ideas of identity, memory and personal history, participants will trace the histories and stories of the theatre, exploring what you might see or expect to see there, and looking for new and unexpected ways to use the space. The Summer School runs from 20 July to 14 August and is free and open to anyone aged 18-25, from all disciplines and backgrounds (with or without performance experience). A workshop will be held on 7 July. The deadline for applications is Friday 3 July. See our web site for full application details." Sam Trotman, Education coordinator, Artsadmin. (Photo left: Artsadmin Summer School (c) Emilie Harper)  Find a link to Artsadmin Summer School under Training at: http://artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

"Clown Master Classes, Nouveau Clown Institute, Granollers, Spain, October 2009 and March 2010. Jango Edwards has dedicated his life to the study of comedy and the art of clown and has now established a clown university, the Nouveau Clown Institute. The initial N.C.I. Clown Theory Master Classes will be for up to 30 students for the two intensive learning programmes of one month each, the first in October of 2009 and the second in March of 2010. Applicants should be professional and Jango will personally interview them before acceptance. There should be a balance between students from Catalunia and international students. The fees will be kept as low as possible for this first year, depending on how many students there are and the other financial assistance that the Institute receives. The curriculum will include physical training combined with theatrical and improvisational games and exercises, lectures, audio-visual demonstrations, one-on-one training, internet research assignments, an introduction to ‘Clown Theory’ plus the Comic Formulas and rehearsals for the weekly performance presentation. For more information visit the N.C.I. web site." Jango Edwards, Director, Nouveau Clown Institute. Find a link to Nouveau Clown Institute under Training at: http://artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

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