Family Workshop • Learn circus together
A circus workshop for parents and children in which you will work together to develop acrobatics skills as well as some of the basics for juggling and hula hoops.
Parents will learn how to base a child and children how to fly so that you can achieve tricks like high holds, counterbalances and others...
A fun approach to Circus! For children from 3 years old and adults up to 75.
SUN 26.8. I 2 pm – 3.30 pm I German with Jessie
SAT 01.9. I 2 pm – 3.30 pm I English with Danielle
Festival Site Tempelhof Field - Entrance Tempelhofer Damm
For one parent with one child: 25 € on the festival site
Please send us a mail to register to one of the limited spaces:
The Remarkable Jessie Rose is an international circus artist, performing aerial, hula hoop and roller skating acts all over the world since 2007.
Jessie is a co-founder of Bella Kinetica - an aerial and roller skating company that perform circus acts, as well as full length circus theatre shows.
Following dance training, Jessie ran away to join Zippos travelling circus school, The Academy of Circus Arts. After a brief one-month stay at the University of Cambridge, she left to continue her true love - circus - studied at The Circus Space in London, and Bristol's Circus Maniacs.
Drawing on all her skills, Jessie now works in a variety of different fields within the performing arts, from circus to TV, cabaret to workshops, she is based in Berlin and is constantly looking to expand her horizons.
Danielle has worked as a multi-faceted artist for Aerial Dance Chicago, the Joffrey Ballet, the Colorado Ballet, Frequent Flyers® and the Paloma Project.
Danielle is the second MFA Candidate with an emphasis in aerial dance and somatics at the University of Colorado and has published a paper titled, “Realigning Vertical Dance on a Horizontal Continuum.”
During 2017-2018, Danielle is a Fulbright France Scholar with an affiliation under La Grainerie in Toulouse, where she is working on her multi-disciplinary project MAPS (Multicultural Aerial Performance Stories), which explores the topics of grief, response and empathy within the intersection of embodied performance and media.