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Dear <<First Name>>,
There have been many mobility projects since the last e-newsletter and we are glad to see that this project has impacted not only on participants but also on the local communities where partners are based: Some of you explained that following their visit to another organisation, you organised new activities inspired by the new skills learnt as a result of Suitcase Circus SCREAM.

A few weeks ago, we received the visit of a representative of the EACEA (Executive Agency for Culture, Education and Audiovisual). During the visit we showed her the different testimonies, articles and pictures you've produced and published. Keep on the good work!

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

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"Importance of teaching youth students how to be a performer."

"Since returning to the UK, I’ve already started to implement some performance classes. I’m excited to see the outcome and how our students will respond".

Click here to read Beth King (National Centre for Circus Arts - UK)'s testimony about her mobility project at NICA and Flying Fruit Fly Circus in Australia.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

"Professionally I learned a lot"

"I focused on handstand, since this is currently the most challenging part of my work as I am teaching the advanced group."
"I have now the handstand conditioning program used for professional students and I have mixed it with my own program that I have used."

Click here to read Terje Bernadt (Tsirkusestuudio Folie - Estonia)'s testimony about her mobility project at NICA in Australia.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

“A new Method I learned in Belgium is Parkour technics”

"Parkour is alternative movement style what takes you from point A to point B. Parkour uses a lot of obstacles on the way as a challenges. It has different exercises as acrobatics but they are also so similar. It gives so many different ways to jump over obstacles on the way or climb or go under."


Click here to read Kaupo Pilder (Tsirkusestuudio Folie - Estonia)'s testimony about his mobility project at Circus in Beweging in Belgium.
Click here to discover one of the methods he learnt.

“Developed strong networks”

"Thanks to this amazing Erasmus project, I got to experience Circus in many different guises right across the globe and I now feel connected into and have developed strong networks and lasting friendships within my wider circus community…"

Click here to read Andrea Ousley (National Institute of Circus Arts - Australia)'s testimony about her mobility project at Circus Studio Folie in Estonia.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

“What I would like to do now is introduce a regular class for parents with their children”

"Whilst in London I observed a lovely Family Circus class at the NCCA on a Sunday morning where they run a number of classes for families with children from 2-7 years."
"When I returned home I arranged an event for World Circus Day on April 16, 2016 where parents were invited into our children’s classes and we taught them how to do some fun partner balances with each other . Everyone had a great time."

Click here to read Paula McKaskill (National Institute of Circus Arts - Australia)'s testimony about her mobility project at the National Centre for Circus Arts in the UK.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

“This travel was a great opportunity to learn more about social circus”

"During the course I met really good people, I learnt a lot of skills, games and dynamics that I can share now in my school. As well, we had a makeup course with Carolina and a petit Volant workshop with Nilton."

Click here to read Daniel Santamaria (Everything is Possible - UK)'s testimony about his mobility project at El Circo Del Mundo in Chile.
Click here to discover one of the methods he learnt.

“It was the first time I took a course of clown.”

"We had a workshop of facepainting. That was the workshop I liked the most. It’s amazing to change my face with so little materials. Back in Belgium I started immediatly to search a cours to learn more about facepainting. I discussed it with my boss in Belgium and maybe they will arrange a course off facepainting in the springtime."

Click here to read Tine Van Dyck (Cirkus in Beweging - Belgium)'s testimony about her mobility project at El Circo Del Mundo in Chile.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

“I’d never really though much about it before”

"It was interesting and difficult seen the Circus scene now in Mexico which is leaving a profound transition since animals in Circus are being recently forbidden."

Click here to read Ohiane Uranga (Everything is Possible - UK)'s testimony about her mobility project at Universidad Mesoamericana in Mexico.
Click here to discover one of the methods she learnt.

“Circo tradicional / circo contemporáneo”

"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."

Click here to read Luis Valle Rebate (Spain)'s testimony about his mobility project at Universidad Mesoamericana in Mexico.
Click here to discover one of the methods he learnt.

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