The Project Book

In order to celebrate the end of our international project Suitcase Circus SCREAM and its achievement, Everything is Possible and its partners produced a book. It highlights some of the testimonies produced by the participants and what they have learnt thanks to the mobility project they took part in. Suitcase Circus: SCREAM (Social Circus; recognising educational activity methodologies) has been …

Teacher Training Programme in Acrobatics and Aerials – Method learned by Rafael in the UK

Rafael Jack Sánchez Mc Guirk from Spain presents a method he learned during his mobility project at the National Centre for Circus Arts (London, United Kingdom): While I was doing my mobility in the National Centre for Circus Arts in London I was lucky to participate in a teacher training programme in acrobatics and aerials: For the first two days …

Testimony – Rafael Jack Sánchez Mc Guirk’s project in the UK

  Rafael Jack Sánchez Mc Guirk from Spain tells us about his mobility project with the National Centre for Circus Arts (London, United Kingdom) Hello all of you! My name is Rafael Jack Sánchez Mc Guirk. I’m from a little town called Rota, it’s situated in the south of Spain (Andalucía) and I became interested in Circus when, by the …

Circus Camp – Method learned by Elena Ludwig in Estonia

Elena Ludwig from Spain presents a method she learned during her mobility project with Tsirkusestuudio Folie (Tallin, Estonia): As my mobility was for taking part and joining the circus camp organized by Tsirkusestuudio Folie during eight days, it is difficult to explain only one method. I will explain how was it organized so the kids had as much as experiences …

Testimony – Elena Ludwig’s project in Estonia

Elena Ludwig from Spain tells us about her mobility project with Tsirkusestuudio Folie (Tallin, Estonia). My name is Elena and I come from Spain. I appreciate the opportunity I was given by the Federation of socioeducational circus schools of Spain which gave me the opportunity to participate in this project. Our methodology is based on the socioeducational circus, in order …

Testimony – Lizeth Wolk’s project in Spain

Lizeth Wolk from Tsirkusestuudio Folie (Estonia) tells us about her mobility project in Spain Im am Lizeth Wolk from Estonia, currently I work as a teacher and a performer in my home country and travel around with different projects and shows. I graduated from a circus school in 2015 in Finland, Lahti and I´ve been teaching kids, adults and dancers for …

Testimony – Julio Revolledo’s project in Spain

Julio Revolledo from Universidad Mesoamericana (DF, Mexico) tells us about his mobility project in Spain. En el encuentro en Madrid  bajo el proyecto de Scream – Suitcase Circus, en mi responsabilidad como director de la Licenciatura en Artes Escénicas Circenses Contemporáneas del estado de Puebla en México, fue muy interesante observar y dar opciones del mejoramiento de nuestras escuelas de …

Testimony – Eric Vandooren’s project in Spain

Eric Vandooren from Cirkus In Beweging (Leuven, Belgium) tells us about his mobility project in Spain   As a teacher “Hand to Hand” and “Acrobatics” at “Circus in Beweging” and as a teacher “Acrobatics” and “Physical education” within the circus school, I was invited to participate in the “Erasmus+ project”. On March the 10th 2016, I took a plane from …

The ‘Circomotrics’ philosophy – Method learned by Kate Evans in Spain

Kate Evans from The National Centre for Circus Arts (London, United Kingdom) presents a method she learned during her mobility project in Spain: Following Rika’s workshops I have learnt about ‘Circomotrics’ a movement philosophy designed around the learning of circus acrobatic moves and play with children. The philosophy was developed with Veronica Sherbourne, a physiotherapist & physical education teacher, and …

Testimony – Kate Evans ’s project in Spain

Kate Evans from The National Centre for Circus Arts (London, United Kingdom) tells us about her mobility project in Spain I am a teacher at The National Centre of Circus Arts in London, UK. One of my areas is family circus which I have been teaching for a couple of years so wanted to expand my knowledge & teaching practice …

Circo tradicional / circo contemporáneo – Method learned by Luis in Mexico

Luis Valle Rebate (Spain) share with us methods he’s learned during his mobility project in Mexico:   Las escuelas que he visitado tienen enfoques muy diferentes del circo y por consecuencia en las herramientas pedagógicas que utilizan en las formaciones que ofrecen. En la Universidad Mesoamericana de Puebla prevalece la visión del circo tradicional, sustentado por la dirección de Julio Revolledo y …

Testimony – Luis Valle Rebate’s project in Mexico

Luis Valle Rebate (Spain) tells us about his mobility project in Mexico:   Mi nombre es Luis Valle, artista de circo contemporáneo titulado en la Escuela de circo Caramapa (Madrid) donde me encuentro finalizando el curso de Profundización técnico- artística que la escuela ofrece a sus antiguos alumnos. Paralelamente me encuentro trabajando como monitor de circo para niños y como docente de …

Evaluation seminar – Pre-workshops

A few days before the beginning of the evaluation seminar, SCFY partners met in Buenos Aires to discuss the timetable and offer a workshop to some young disabled people in the local community. They organised various activities: presentation games, circus dynamic and a circuit with various circus techniques. Email this page

Spain presents Integracirco, their Suitcase Circus workshop!

ES – Integracirco, es el proyecto que se llevará a cabo dese la asociación Kanbahiota, para el programa de suit case circus. Integracirco es un proyecto donde se junta el mundo del circo, con jóvenes que estudian circo y tienen un interés en el trabajo de circo social entendiendo este como el uso del circo como herramienta para la integración, …