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Dear <<First Name>>,
Many participants have been on a mobility project in the past few months. That's the reason why this newsletter is a bit longer than the previous one.

Unicycling, workshops for parents and children, Sitewaping, pantomime... are some of the methods that participants have learnt thanks to Suitcase Circus SCREAM.

REMINDER FOR PARTICIPANTS & PARTNERS: Participants need to keep all their travel tickets (e.g. boarding passes) and send to Clair ( the originals and scans.

SPREAD THE WORD: Do not hesitate to share information, testimonies, pictures related to SC SCREAM. Don't forget to join us on social media:


"Open the personal perspective to a more global view"

"Enrolling in the program – joining lessons of body-training, ballet and contemporary dance, pantomime, gymnastics, basics of juggling, musical training, rigging, history of circus in Mexico – I experienced the wide variety of skills and knowledge that is needed to become an artist in the Mexican scene of circus".

Click here to read Stef Langmans (Circkus In Beweging - Belgium)'s testimony about his project in Mexico.

"Regrese a casa y al trabajo con nuevos ojos y nuevas ideas"

"Este viaje me ayudo a percibir la diferencia entre el circo social y el circo visto como una institución, me dio muchas herramientas didácticas, actividades, métodos de enseñanza, campos de enseñanza, me enseño que las clases pueden ser para todos y que las puedes desarrollar de muchas formas distintas para eliminar el tedio, la monotonía.".

Click here to read Victoria Doraso (Universidad Mesoamericana - Mexico)'s testimony about her project in Belgium.

Method - “Inspired by the circus classes they had for seniors”

"A small group of adults between 70 and 80 years old !!!!!meet twice a week to train in circus. An enthusiastic teacher full or humour trains the group."

Read Rika (Cirkus In Beweging)'s blog about some methods she learnt during her project in Australia.

Method - “Siteswaping to teach and understand juggling better”

"I have heard about it before but not really understood it so well."

Read Kaupo (Tsirkusestuudio Folie)'s blog about a method he learnt during his project in Mexico.

“More determined to help those who don’t have the chances I had”

"I realised good teachers for social circus have empathy, understanding, and kindness in all parts of their lives. The good teachers there are capable of empowering students to want to learn circus or to want to learn and grow as human beings".

Click here to read Clare Andersons (National Centre for Circus Arts)'s testimony about her project in Argentina.

“Lots of ideas to improve our own little club”

"Professionally the biggest thing I learnt was how important it is to plan, prepare and structure workshops".

Click here to read Nicola Fletcher (Everything is Possible)'s testimony about her project in Belgium.

“Poder conocer el circo en el mundo”

"Como entrar y salir del escenario son cosas muy importantes, y aquí se les enseña con ejercicios de creatividad, motivando a los alumnos a llegar del punto A al punto B y de nuevo al A, sin limitar su expresión bocal y alentando el trabajo en equipo".

Click here to read Janette Moreida Lovera (Universidad Mesoamericana)'s testimony about her project in Estonia.

“Build connectivity between parents and young child”

"I will be taking home with me new informed methods of implementing circus as a family activity to build physical strength and connectivity between parent/carer and young child."

Click here to read Victoria McManus (National Centre for Circus Arts)'s blog about a method she learnt during her project in Belgium.

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