By Chiara de Martino
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Now for 11 years, every year2 arrow areasThe social center of the commune Clown And Manor-sur-Seine (Eure)Organizes one Circus festival This phenomenon is contemporary It started on Friday 3rd June and will continue till Friday 24th June. It’s completely free, thanks to Seine Eure conurbation and the support of the Divisional Council.
As we say Daniel BairdPresident of Espace des 2 rives,
The festival is not just a program of events, there are resident artists for the whole week who give workshops to the students of the school of Peters and Manoir-sur-Sein.
“Bringing culture to rural areas”
Also, the project helps organize the month by bringing together about thirty volunteers each year, especially for the large top assembly set up behind the town hall of Petraeus. But also for other work, such as cooking for artists in the residence.
It is an opportunity to bring culture to the rural areas and raise awareness of the circus industry.
“The circus is a highly anticipated event,” he explained Brigitte Le Gallagher, This month we breathe the circus in town. A
Several activities are planned by the festival each week: at 7pm on Friday everyone is invited to a show, each time performing different artists.
During the week, several workshops are given in collaboration with residential artists on site.
Wide range of workshops
Wednesdays are dedicated exclusively to workshops, mornings for children at leisure centers and afternoons for parent / child activities.
The first workshop is held on Wednesday, June 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. They were attended by about fifteen children aged 6 to 8 years.
The children eagerly await the workshop. For them, this is a regular meeting.
According to Mathilde Vatinel, Kids need more activities that help them develop motor skills. In fact, Kochis Labore, Acrobat, and Idris Roca, Jugler and Acrobat, the two artists who led the first week of the workshop, invited the elementary school children to follow the activities he offered them “very seriously.” “We’re not going to do anything,” Idris Roka told the kids. E.g., seals or chimpanzees.
“There has been a break with the epidemic, but this kind of opportunity makes it possible to build links and get back to normal. In addition, it allows children from different municipalities to see each other again, “said Mathild Vatinel.
“There has been a break with the epidemic, but this kind of context makes it possible to create links and get back to normal. In addition, it allows children from different municipalities to see each other again, “said Mathild Vatinel.
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