CircusNext, the European platform for emerging authors in the field of contemporary circus, launches its call for new projects. A first selection will be held per region: for Belgium, Circuscentrum and Espace Catastrophe are responsible. Deadline for applications: January 5th 2018.
CircusNext PLaTFoRM is the only circus project of the European Platform program. 18 partners from 12 European countries, a renewed ambition to identify the most singular emerging creators, the will to program them in Europe and beyond: CircusNext is much more than a project. It is a way to imagine and build together a European contemporary circus!
Open call for Belgian projects
>> Read carefully the eligibility and emergence criteria
>> The only way to apply for the Belgian selection is by this application form
>> Deadline: January 5th 2018, 3pm (GMT +1)
>> Send your application form (and other information) via wetransfer to julie[at]circuscentrum.be and cmagis[at]catastrophe.be
Circuscentrum (B), Espace Catastrophe (B), Circus Futures (UK), Cirqueon (CZ), Sarabanda (IT), Festival Circolo (NL), Subtopia (SE), Room 100 (HR), Cirkorama (HR), Cirkusfera (RS), Cirko (FI), Perspectives (DE), STAMP (DE), Centro Cultural Vila Flor (PT), La Brèche (FR), La Cascade (FR), La Grainerie (FR). Platform coordinator is Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe (FR).
Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe is supported by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, the city of Paris, the regional council of Île de France, SACD and Institut Français. Circuscentrum is supported by the government of Flanders. CircusNext is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Picture on top: Cie La Migration, one of the laureates of CircusNext 2015-2016 (c) Hippolyte Jacquottin