Cybercircus News #5

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Your online guide for playful and creative activities

On this week’s news, you will be spoiled by a full range of online events, be mesmerised by our artist of the week ‘Entourage’ and sneakpeak into an upcoming adventure: the 1st CyberCircus Online Festival!

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WE WANT YOU!
To be part of the 1st CyberCircus Festival!
 
We invite teachers, creatives and performers from all over the world to this new version  of cultural gathering. We believe in its beauty, and creative power. Let’s combine our ideas of CyberCircus to create a marvelous day of joy and inspiration!

We aim to support artists around the world who are struggling with the current situation by offering a new version of online gathering for everyone.

Submit your idea for the festival to be part of the 1st CyberCircus festival here.

More infos and line up are coming soon!

This week’s events picks!


Learn Circus with At Home Circus this Wednesday by RUCCIS and Living Room Circus Workout on Saturday.

Join Cirque The World on their weekly interactive dance for the circus community.

Get your dancing shoes ready and practice from BollywoodTwerkSamba to JazzKatherine Dunham Technique and Ecstatic Dance.

Join the Live Stream Cabaret of Cooped-up Cabaret, the FreakShow by Carson Kreitzer  and The Virtual Passionately (un)talented Cabaret Show 

Mindfulness With Deep House Yoga on Sundaysdaily Pranayama Breathing Session with Temple Berlin Yoga and Embodied Alchemy with Ella Mesma on Mondays.
 
Feeling Arty?: Why not start, refresh or develop your painting skills in one of the many painting classes available daily

Music: Join the Open Mic jam with Cyber Soul Sessions on Mondays 10am

This is not a joke Stand up Comedy every second day!

Check out this week's CyberCircus community events calendar: 

*Time Zone: Melbourne Australia
Check live event calendar for your timezone or do it manually here

*Time Zone: Melbourne Australia

Check the live event calendar for actual times on your location or do it manually here

PLAY!

 

Can you find all hidden circus words?

                                                                       

Last week's CCC Video
(Circus in the kitchen)

Artist of the week

ENTOURAGE BERLIN

With burning hearts of pasion and a backpack of joy, this group from in Berlin covers all shapes of awesomeness! Up to seven professional performers synchronize beautiful shows on high energy that never disappoint their audience.You might find them dancing in luminous jellyfish costumes, grooving through ember sparkles or rocking on festival stages. Watch out for this power pack!
 

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CyberCircusNews #4

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Welcome to your online guide for playful and creative activities

Ahoy all!

We hope you are well and healthy, as we have so many positive and exciting things happening in the CiberCircus World!

We are excited to share that since we have started the CyberCircus News a month ago, the number of events and activities online has increased so much, that our event curators have been forced to work on their contortionist skills to fit all that awesome stuff into our calendar. Read on to find out more, and to check out our latest CyberCircusChallenge video and a basic juggling tutorial!

This week’s top things to do!

Feeling Arty?: The Art Gallery of New South Wales haas launched Together in Art a new online project that opens the Gallery to the world and welcomes in artists, performers, and audiences.

Animals: Why not try your luck to see the Tigers, Elephant and Seals at the Toronga Zoo in Sydney?

Kids: NGV Kids at Home is simply a must for those looking for creative activities for the kids 

Circus: Join the Free Hand Stand Virtual Class by Cirque Athletics this Tuesday at 5 pm or the Living Room Circus Workout with the Circus Freaks at 2 pm.

Paint: London Drawing is running a Live Drawing Online with the amazing model Trixie Divine

Mindfulness: With Deep House Yoga on Sundays and DAILY Pranayama Breathing Session with Temple Berlin Yoga

Music: Open Mic with Cyber Soul Sessions on Mondays 10am

Comedy: The Underground Virtual Comedy Show

Check out this week's CyberCircus community events calendar: 

Cyber Circus Online Event Calendar

*Time Zone: Melbourne Australia

Check the live event calendar for actual times on your location or do it manually here

 
 

CyberCircusChallenge

 challenge yourself + Play The game

= BE IN OUR NEXT VIDEO!

Forced perspective images use optical illusions to make objects appear in a different manner than what they actually are. For example, an object could be positioned in such a way that it appears much larger or smaller than it actually is. This week, we’ll all gonna be the strongest muscle man and women by lifting massive objects or people!

Last week's CCC Video
(Circus in the kitchen)

Learn juggling with 3 balls today and boost your concentration skills, while having fun and making friends.

With the overload of information and our multitasking lifestyles, setting a time and place to
be focused can be quite challenging. This is one of the reasons why mindfulness practices and circus
activities are such a relevant tool for our times. […]

Artist of the week

A full wardrobe of different costumes and super engaed in keeping the art alive: Riely Alecia Saville from the Gold Coast, Australia is a highly professional Dancer & Model – Working Internationally! Whether she’s Vamping it up at Dracula’s, BackUp Dancing for Kanye West, Flipping her Fins for Disney, Strutting down a Runway, Choreographing Events or doing Whacky Commercials for Japanese TV, Riely loves to perform! And will do so with a highly professional, yet fun approach.

https://www.rielysaville.com/

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Learn how to Juggle and improve your concentration skills!

Learn how to Juggle and improve your concentration skills!

Learn how to juggle 3 balls!

Learn how to Juggle and improve your concentration skills!

Learn juggling with 3 balls today, while having fun and making friends

So what is Juggling in the first place?

According to most dictionaries, juggling means: To throw, catch and keep several objects into the air. However, you will soon realize that juggling is also about a lot of picking up, challenging yourself and sharing skills
with others.

The following instructions is useful for those are curious, have just started or would like to refresh the basics of juggling. 

Step 1:  Make, buy or create your own Juggling ball

The first thing you need, are your 3 juggling balls. You can either buy it here or create your own. The following video by Red Ted Art you shows how to make them with balloons, but you can also use your socks.

Tips: When first learning juggling, the softer the ball the best, as you will be able to spend more time juggling rather than running after the ball… Therefore avoiding tennis balls maybe a good idea.

Step 2: Body position

-Elbow close to your body and hand on a 90 degrees angle.

-Knees a little bend so it is easier to move.
 

Step 3: One Ball

Start throwing one single ball from one hand to the other, aiming at one single point in the air. Do it many times and watch the following video by Josh Horton:

 

Step 4: Two Balls

Once you feel comfortable with one ball, it is time to move to 2 balls.

Step 5: Three Balls

So now it is the breakthrough moment! Let’s juggle the 3 ball cascade!

Please don’t rush. Take your time practicing it and remember to BREATH.

If you can’t juggle with the 3 balls, don’t worry, just come back to the 2 balls exercise until you are comfortable with it.

Step 6: Avoid back pains by picking up the ball with your foot.

I wish someone had told me this before. 

So now that you are getting the feeling and hopefully the joy of juggling, is it a good opportunity to practice picking up the balls with your foot in order to avoid future back pains. Just like in this video by Mikecorr circus:

Once you are comfortable with the cascade, why not try these beginner tricks as showed by Taylor Tries 

  • 1 up 2 up 
  • Half Shower
  • Jugglers Tennis
  • Rev
  • Under the Leg

I hope this was helpful! Good luck with your practice and juggling journey. Make sure you check out our Cybercircus Events Calendar for many of circus workshops and activities and if you have any suggestions or relevant questions please feel free to Contact us.

 

“The CyberCircus aims to empower human potential through the fusion of art, music, performance, and technology.”

 
 

Author: Diego Moreno – Cultural Producer and co-founder of CyberCircus

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Cybercircus News #3

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Welcome to your online guide for playful and creative activities

Top Quarantine Things to do

 

Watch: The Guardian has made an interesting selection of the 10 best virtual ocean adventures you can explore online

Be entertained: With Live Performances, films, workshops, discussions, food, drinks, DJ’s at the Be at Home Festival from the 7th to the 16th of May.

Theatre: The National Theatre is streaming some of its greatest Live hits to be online on Thursdays at 7pm and then available for seven days

Arts: The Opera House has launched a weekly program of unmissable full-length performances, live recordings and never-before-seen footage.

Films: Check out Time Out’s 100 best movies of all time

Craft: The Spruce Crafts shows you how to create your own Macrame with 7 basic knots 

Get active: By joining  a FREE 30 days Beginner Yoga Challenge with Tim or subscribe his great videos on Youtube Channel

Featured Events*
of Online Events Calendar

*Time Zone: Melbourne Australia

Check the live event calendar for actual times on your location or do it manually here

Monday 11th of May

7am (60 mins) – Luke Anderson with Forest Flow Qi Gong

10:00am (30 mins)  At home Circus with RUCCIS 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

Tuesday 12th of May

9:30 am (2hrs) –Bindlestiff Variety Show  Circus • Sideshow • Vaudeville • Burlesque • Dance • Music

10:00 (1hr) Live Virtual Rap Concert: Rappers From Everywhere on Zoom

 

7am (60 mins) Kirsten Kiran Jot Sikiotis with Kundalini Yoga

Wednesday 13th of May 

8am (30 mins) – Part 1 of 3: Natasha Peiris with Ayurvedic Self Massage – ‘Abhyanga’: Sunrise Ritual – Ayurvedic Self Massage Scalp and Face Massage

8.30am (30 mins) – Kirsten Kiran Jot Sikiotis with Prenatal Pranayama

8pm (60 mins)Tashi Dawa with Slow Flow & Yoga Nidra

7pm(60 min) – Welcome to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Big Night In with John Foreman with special guests and the Aussie Pops Orchestra

7pm (30 mins) At home Circus with RUCCIS 

 

Thursday 14th of May

11am (60 mins) Cyd Crossman with Breath an an Erotic Pump

7.30pm (60 mins) – Chris Caldwell and Nilanthi Chandra with Conversation about Exploring the Nature of Shadow

 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

8.30 pm (30 mins) – Part 2 of 3: Natasha Peiris with Ayurvedic Self Massage – ‘Abhyanga’: Evening Ritual – Ayurvedic Self Massage – Focus on Feet

Friday 15th of May

7.45 am (35 mins) Armelle Sebbag with Shiatsu Stretches called Makko Ho

9:30 am (30 min) Twerk & Tone for FAT BURN!

8 pm (30 mins) – Natasha Peiris with Ayurvedic Self Massage – ‘Abhyanga’: Evening Ritual – Ayurvedic Full Body Self Abhyanga – Weaving the Ritual Together

How to make your Online Live Stream Events more interactive

This article will give you an overview of possibilities and ideas on how to make your event more interactive and engage your viewers

This is a hot topic! If you need personal tipps or guidance for your event, feel free to contact us here.

This weeks CircusChallenge mixes fun with essentials! Costume up for your pancakes, cook backward, balance your pan, juggle your eggs or stir with your feet. We encourage you to be silly and creative – For more circus fun in our everyday life!

Last week's CyberCircusChallenge
(be upsidedown)

 challenge yourself + Play The game

= BE IN OUR NEXT VIDEO!

Artist of the week

Firebreathing and manipulation on its finest – Shade Flamewater and his crew from the Flamewater circus mastered this unique art to an outstanding level. Let yourself be mesmerized!

 

Master fire breathing

You can learn fire breathing from the professionals online! Check out your options here.

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How to make your online live stream events more interactive

Outdoor events are not going to happen anytime soon. The isolation is not over yet and (some)many people crave for entertainment and communication with others. You can provide both! You have the power to click “go live” and create an interactive space for your audience. A space where they can talk to you, engage with your performance or teaching, and exchange thoughts with all the other stream participants. Even when you are performing an act that allows them to sit back, relax and enjoy, there is time before and afterwards to make the event more interactive and personal.

Don’t let these times bring you down – shine in the spotlight of your own living room lamp, in front of the camera! Bring people together, bring them joy and let them experience wonderful moments.

This article will give you an overview of possibilities and ideas on how to make your event more interactive and engage your viewers, so they come back and bring some friends next time. We will give you a handy tech checklist to prepare you for your stream, followed by tips on interactivity and engagement before your event, at the start of the actual livestream, during the stream, at the end of the stream and after you go offline again.

When you are ready to stream, we would be thrilled to see your event submitted to our free online event calendar so we can share it with everyone who is interested!

Quick tech checklist for your next online live event

Technology is not always our friend. How many times have you witnessed someone that wanted to start a simple Power Point presentation or connect a laptop to an external  screen and they were surrounded within minutes by a small crowd with zero technical knowledge trying to solve the problem for 15 minutes? I had whole meetings cancelled because of this! We want to give you some tips on how you should prepare to avoid this to be able to concentrate on engagement and interaction instead! Make sure the battery of your device is fully charged to 100% or keep it plugged in during the stream.

  • If you are streaming from a smartphone, set all conversations and messangers to mute, as well as your ringtone. If you are using WiFi, just disconnect from the  telephone signal to avoid someone disturbing the stream by calling you. Viewers could be annoyed or confused by the vibration or sound of incoming messages.
  • Disable anti-virus software during the stream to avoid pop-ups while we don’t needit. Also it may slow down your device. Test your stream beforehand. No matter which app, software or website you want to use, make sure you fully understand the functions and test them with a friend before going live for the first time.

  • Check your camera and microphone.
  • Check that you have a stable internet connection with a preferance for a wired solution for improved connectivity and consistency.

Ideas for interaction at every stage of your live stream event

Now we get to the spicy part – the actual tips to engage your viewers and make your Event interactive! If you have any ideas that we could add, don’t hesitate to write us. We’re a community and we want to share your knowledge too!

Stage 1: Prepare your viewers for your event upfront

Prepare your fans and viewers for your upcoming live event and make them excited about it days before it takes place. The more you interact with your fans and followers before going live, the more of them will come.

Here are some tips on what you can do to get more people interested in participating in your upcoming event: Post a survey on your social media channels

Ask your followers something related to the upcoming event. Let them decide what you are going to show them. Unsure about the costume for the next live act? Let your fans choose between options and wear the option most people have chosen. Are you teaching them something, like yoga or meditation? Ask what your fans what they are interested in learning or what skills they would like to improve! Having a live music  performance? Maybe your fans would like to hear a special song next time that you haven’t planned on performing?

Play a game and let your followers be even more involved

One of our Cybercircus community artists, Cybercitypunk, started a game called “Words and Art”. Followers would submit a word, answering to the according Instagram story, or commenting beneath the actual post, and our artist would choose 10 of the submitted words randomly and create a visual story of digital edits and videos containing the words each week. The story grew along with the engagement of the audience and fans started to write whole plots for the upcoming episode. She was happy to obtain incredible inspiration and create with others as they were happy to be part of a collaborative art series (At least they said so! 😉 )

Many of these things can be applied to any kind of event, but there are indefinite ways to build on the idea and make your own participative concept.

Start a social media contest and make your fans feel appreciated

Do you sell tickets for your events? Give people the opportunity to win some free entry passes! Do you teach for free? Give someone the chance to have a one on one session with you! Or maybe you want to spread more awareness about your art? Provide a huge discount or free offer on some of your merchandise! Make your followers and fans feel special and unique and they will become your biggest advocates and spread the word about you.

Stage 2: Interactive elements at the start of your live stream

Camera, sound, action! All attention is now on you and you should make the best out of it! This is the chance to engage with your viewers for the first time, and as we all know, the first impression lasts. How can you make a good and long lasting impression?

Introduce yourself and present the purpose of the event

It sounds so simple, but maybe you are a bit nervous, your setup may not be working as you planned, your cat may jump on the computer and press the ESC button and voilá – you panic and forget what you are here for. No worries. Your viewers will be more than happy to wait and you can just relax and start with a simple introduction. Welcome the viewers with a smile, thank them for participating and introduce yourself and your event. If you experience any technical issues, let the viewers know and they will understand and be patient.

Small talk – get to know your audience

Ask questions to engage with the people in your chat if you have this option. Try asking them where they are from or if they are already familiar with what you are doing. Pick up some of the chat messages and comment on them and you can build a stronger connection with your audience and make them want to communicate more with you and the other viewers.

Engage with the feedback of your fans

Have you received any nice comments lately, or perhaps some constructive feedback? Let your audience know about it! Read it out loud and say a few words why you appreciate it and how it helps you to evolve. Let the viewers know that their love and support for your performance or lesson is valued and that they are not talking to a wall!

Stage 3: During your live stream

Not every event needs to be interactive while it’s happening. Whether you are performing an act, presenting a show or giving a concert, you want your audience to relax and enjoy. However, be aware that the internet connectivity or other technical issues may occur so take care of them as soon as possible. If you are trying to teach some new skills, it would be valuable to collect feedback on their progress.

Pay attention to the technical status of your stream

A weak internet connection may cause trouble during your event. Always check if the quality of the stream is consistent and prepare some fast troubleshooting for the event before it starts to make sure you can react efficiently. Keep your audience informed on what is happening and that you are taking care of it. Also, it may happen that your computer or anti-virus software need that super important update exactly when you don’t need it and they just disturb the streaming. So take a look every now  and then on your device to make sure you are actually still live and visible!

Pay attention to your students and their needs

Are they having trouble to implement what you are teaching? Would they like you to repeat the last step? Ask if everything is alright and empower the viewers to tell you when they need some repetition or additional clarification on what you are trying to teach them.

Stage 4: More interaction with your viewers at the end of the live stream

Don’t just say goodbye and wave into the camera once you are done with the event. Plan in a little bit of time afterwards to start a conversation and turn first-time viewers into admirers of your work and art. You have done a great job so far and your viewers appreciate you – so show them some love as well!

Say thank you!

Thank your audience for taking their time to watch what you have created for them. Simple, but very important!

Ask them for valuable feedback

If you have taught them some new skills, ask them what they would like to learn or improve on next time. Not being able to be present with your students like in a real class is challenging – for you and for them. Maybe the progress is a little bit slower and they need some extra time or help. ListeN to them and implement the feedback in your next class.

If you have performed a show or an act, ask the viewers what they liked most and what they would like to see in the next show, if you are flexible with the concept. Maybe they love how you played the fire hoop and want to see more of that? It will surely make them want to come back to see you playing it again!

Start a Q&A session

If you have enough time, you can offer your audience a Q&A session after your event. They ask, you answer. Easy.

Chat contest – rewards for interaction and attention

I mentioned above the possibility to engage your viewers by starting a little contest upfront. If you feel like this is too much work for now, here is an alternative. Ask a surprise question about something regarding the event that took place just now and who answers first, gets a little present. You could ask a knowledge question (What is this yoga pose called again?) or some funny question (How many bananas was I juggling?). I am sure you are creative and will come up with something!

Stage 5: How you can follow up with your fans on social media

Your event was a success and you are done now, right? Nope! You can certainly follow up with those who have participated and engage those who haven’t yet.

Post a follow-up post

Just say thank you again. A simple post on your social media platforms will show your viewers that you are grateful for their time and that you appreciate them. Perhaps someone had to leave your event early and didn’t get informed about important announcements? This is your chance to inform them and keep them engaged!

Make a ‘best of’ montage video with scenes from the stream

If you have saved the event as a video, you could choose some nice moments and make a short “best of” video clip. It reminds the viewers of the fun they had and makes potential new viewers interested in your next event. They will surely be happy to leave a comment beneath.

Now it’s their turn – Challenge them!

Make the event even more interactive by letting your followers participate in  hallenges! Let them show the new yoga pose they have learned, make them create an interpretation of a song you have performed, or maybe challenge them to juggle some lemons! Whatever suits you. Create a special hashtag for the challenge and repost  some of the videos or photos they upload on your Instagram or Facebook page or  stories. If you use TikTok, make a video and let them answer it.

What’s your ideas for interaction?

We hope that you enjoyed our tips, as some of them come from experience and worked well for us and our followers. We want to inspire you to build up on the ideas presented in this article and evolve them and make up your own live stream interaction plans for your audience. If you have further ideas and want to share them with other artists, write us an email or drop a message on Instagram, we would be thrilled to hear from you! If you have any events planned, make sure to add them to our event calendar for free 🙂 .

Don’t forget to share this article with artists who might need the tips and inspiration!

Stay safe, stay awesome!

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CyberCircus News #2

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Welcome to your online guide for playful and creative activities

This week's special

Grab your popcorn and cuddle up with a hyena, it’s time to watch Birds of Prey: The Emancipation Of One Fantabulous Harley Quinn with pop culture critic, ACMI writer and Number 1 BOP fan Maria Lewis.

How to watch: Join Maria on Twitter (@moviemazz) using #ACMIwatches or on Instagram live (@maria___lewis) on Friday 8 May at 7pm AEST.

Find where to buy or rent Birds of Prey on JustWatch.

Top Quarantine Things to do

 

Paint: Join a5-day painting journey exploring Basic Painting Skills with Katia Honour

Get active: By joining  a FREE 30 days Beginner Yoga Challenge with Tim or subscribe his great videos on Youtube Channel

Arts: Welcome to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Big Night In with John Foreman on a weekly show (Wednesday) with special guests and the Aussie Pops Orchestra

Taste: Enjoy a Rum and Chocolate Tasting from the comfort of your home 

Play: And learn the Basics of Circus at Home with RUCCIS

Kids: Learn a language while having fun with this free and fun app called Duolingo

Animals: Zoos Victoria has launched Animal House, a selection from its animal enclosures in Melbourne and Werribee zoos. Watch the giraffes munch, see the penguins get fed or the lions lolling about in the sun.

Films: Bored of Netflix? Join the Melbourne Cinémathèque for weekly FREE classic movie curatorship from the comfort of your own home.

This weeks circus challenge

See from a different view

You still have time to catch your upside-down picture for our weekly challenge. Lean against a wall, look through your legs, explore your cartwheel, or simply let yourself hang- We are looking forward to seeing your ideas!

 challenge yourself + Play The game

= BE IN OUR NEXT VIDEO!

Artist of the week

Introducing a real multi-talent to you! Julie Boehm is bodypainter, model, animator, creative makeup artist & photographer for photo shoots, advertising campaigns, trade fair appearances, events, workshops, and film productions.

The artist is known for her unique, fantastic image editings combined with body art which has already been awarded several times. We highly encourage you to take some time to dive into this magical world of art creationgs by visiting her online profiles and homepage.

https://julie-boehm.com/

Featured Events*

*Time Zone: Melbourne Australia

Check live event calendar for actual times on your location or do it manually here

Monday 4th of May

10am (30 min) Learn the basics of Circus with At-Home Circus by RUCCIS

2pm (40 min) – Basic Painting Skills Part 1 with Katia Honour 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

Tuesday 5th of May

10am (60 min) Live Virtual Freestyle Rap Concert

2pm (40 min) – Basic Painting Skills Part 2 with Katia Honour 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

7.30pm (90 min) – Yin Yoga with Cristina Carnevali 

Wednesday 6th of May

9.30am – Gentle Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga Goddess Practice with Jane Mallick

2pm (40 min) – Basic Painting Skills Part 3 with Katia Honour 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

7pm (60 min) – Welcome to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Big Night In with John Foreman with special guests and the Aussie Pops Orchestra

Thursday 7th of May

2pm (40 min) – Basic Painting Skills Part 4 with Katia Honour

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

7.30pm (60 min) – Conversation of Chris Caldwell and Nilanthi Chandra Part 3: All Things Dreams

Friday 8th of May

3:00am – (60 Min) – Digital Doug-Out brings circus acts from across the globe presented by The Invisible Circus 

9am (60 min) – Washinton DC Jazz Festival  presents From Home Series

9:30am (60-90 min) – Kalari – India’s ancient indigenous martial art, meditational & medicinal tradition that evolved alongside Yoga & Ayurveda. By Lalita Ramona Yagnik

2pm (40 min) –Basic Painting Skills Part 5with Katia Honour

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

4:15pm (40 min) –Circus Tricks with Miss Tricks

Saturday 9th of May

10am (75 min) Fiercely Embodied Movement Class with Marcela Widrig

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

Sunday 10th of May

9am (2hrs)- Washinton DC Jazz Festival  presents From Home Series

10am (2hrs) – Decentralized Dance Party Virtual Edition!

12pm (4hrs) – Ecstatic Dance Bali by Wakamaia Love Stream 

4pm (45 min) – Pranayama Breathing Session with Justin P Dharuman

 ONLINE EVENTS CALENDAR

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CyberCircus News #1

Cyber Circus News

#1

 

Are you bored and looking for inspiration?

Read on for a universe of fun events and activities online!

This week's special

Retro Sweat

Get active! Have you heard of Retro Sweat? If you’re keen to jump back into the 80s check it out! Workouts for anybody who wants to have fun and get a sizzlin’ hot bod simultaneously

Top Quarantine Things to do

Play: Cirque du Soleil has launched an awesome interactive page called CirqueConnect, a content hub to inspire creativity and provide family-friendly programming. 

Films: The ACMI is launching weekly Metastreams that allow you to sync up with distant friends and stream films together New films will be announced each Tuesday

Arts: The Biennale of Sydney has officially moved online turning its 22nd edition, Nirin, into a digital program. 

Kids: The National Gallery of Victoria has released a whole trove of resources online, with everything from exhibition-themed downloadable kids’ activity books to coding guides for creating Space Invaders-themed controllers at home. 

Animals: Zoos Victoria has launched Animal House, a selection of (so far) four live feeds from its animal enclosures in Melbourne and Werribee zoos. Watch the giraffes munch, see the penguins get fed or the lions lolling about in the sun.

This weeks circus challenge

Did you know?


Every week, the CyberCircus team releases a fun challenge that will encourage you to try some easy circus skills. We collect and share your results in a funky video!

Last week's Cyber Circus Champs!

Artist of the week

THE FIERY PIXIES: The hoop experts Shaheen and Shouniez are an extremly lovable entertainment duo, originally from Cape Town South Africa. They travel the world, sharing their love for flow arts, movement and circus through teaching and performing since 2012.

You can sign up to their two weeks ISOLATION TWIN HOOP challenge until the 1st of May! It costs 20$ only and will guide and support you to become a twin tech champion! Register by emailing them: thefierypixies@gmail.com

Featured Events

Tuesday 28th of April

8am (45 min) – Ashtanga Yoga by Petra Gordon

6pm (60 min) – Tribal TwerkHip hop, belly dance Fusion by Anna Maya

Wednesday 29th of April 

8pm (45 min) – Heart / womb activation anchoring trust & safety Shae Elise 

Thursday 30th of April 

7.30pm (60 min) – Talking About Dreams with Nilanthi Chandra and Chris Caldwell 

Friday 1st of May

4:15pm (40 min) –Circus Tricks with Miss Tricks

8pm (60 min) – Slow flow with toning and breath-body meditation with Tashi Dawa

Saturday 2nd of May

6pm (60 min) – Soulful Embodied Artistry by Emmaline Macartney

8pm (3.5hr) – Cooped-up Cabaret: Live Stream Variety Show

Sunday 3rd of May

7.30pm (60 min) – The art of sacred self care with Christina Covington

 

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