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Studying social circus : openings and perspectives : culture has an impact !


Auteurs : Effective Circus Project (Direction) ; Kekäläinen, Katri (Direction) ; Kakko, Sofia-Charlotta (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Tampere (Finland)

Éditeur : Effective Circus Project

Date de publication : 2014

Langue : Anglais

Description : 92 p. : ill. coul. 28 cm.

Notes : Références bibliogr.

Sujets :
Cirque social - Philosophie et théorie
Bénéfices des arts du cirque chez les jeunes
Arts du cirque - Congrès et conférences
Ay-roop [évènement de cirque]
Mobile Mini Circus for Children [organisme de cirque]
Cirque social - Afghanistan
Circus Kumarani [organisme de cirque]
Cirque social - Nouvelle- Zélande
Cirque récréatif pour enfants handicapés physique
Cirque social - Irlande
Streetwise Community Circus [organisme de cirque]
Cirque social - Italie
Spiazza la Piazza [organisme de cirque]
Organismes de cirque social - Études de cas
Arts du cirque - Aspect culturel
Arts du cirque et société
Exclusion sociale - Lutte contre
American Youth Circus Organization (AYCO) [organisme de cirque]
Motivation (Psychologie)
Détermination (Trait de personnalité)

Dépouillement du document :
Foreword / Sofia-Charlotta Kakko and Katri Kekäläinen, The Effective Circus Project

Circus as a Whole / Hélène Réveillard, ay-roop

Social Circus in a Warzone / David Mason, Mobile Mini Circus for Children

Developing Community Circus in Aotearoa New Zealand: Evaluation techniques and conclusions / Frances Kelliher and Thomas Hinz, Circus Kumarani and the Circability Trust

Studying the Effects of Social Circus Projects amongst Adults with Learning Disabilities in Northern Ireland / Jim Webster and Nick McCaffery, Streetwise Community Circus

Wellbeing Effects from Social Circus / Jukka Lidman and Riitta Kinnunen, Social Development Co Ltd

Measuring Happiness: Assessing the Intrinsic Value of Youth Circus / Dr. Stephen J. Cadwell, Galway Community Circus and Dr.Brendan Rooney, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology

Effectiveness Evaluation in Social Circus Projects: A Methodological Proposal / Dr. Tania Fiorini, University of Padova and Ilaria Bessone, Msc, University of Milan

Social Circus as an Art for Social Change: Promoting Social Inclusion, Social Engagement and Cultural Democracy / Dr. Jennifer Beth Spiegel, Concordia University in Montréal

Defining Constructs for Evaluating Circus-Based Youth Development / Jacqueline L. Davis, PhD Student, University of British Columbia and Jennifer P. Agans PhD Student, Tufts University

Seminar programme

Résumé :
This article collection is the product of the Culture Has an Impact! seminar that was held in Tampere, Finland in December 2013. This celebration seminar was the high point of a 5-year run of two national social circus projects administrated by Tampere University’s Centre for Practise as Research in Theatre. The seminar was organized partly in collaboration with the Aladdin’s Lamp network of Pirkanmaa region and the Effective Circus project. The Effective Circus project (2011-2014) continued the work started with the national Social Circus
project (2009-2011). Both projects were funded by the European Social Fund (through the North Ostrobothnia Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, Finland). In these projects we established social circus as a permanent part of the Finnish circus scene and the wellbeing services purchased by municipalities. While the first project focused on finding the good practises in social circus teaching, the second project went a little further. The aim was to prove that there are indeed wellbeing effects that can be reached with social circus. The Culture Has an Impact! seminar served as a platform for the project to both broadcast its results,
and to ignite an international discussion on the future of social circus studies globally. As an immediate result of the seminar, a network for circus researchers, The Global Institute for Circus Studies was formed. This publication can be thought to be the first practical product of this new network, as it showcases the work done by many of the founding members of the network. These articles introduce different social circus projects and evaluations going on around the world, from New Zealand and Canada to Finland, France, Italy, Ireland and even afghanistan. We are proud and happy to present this publication and hope it to be the first of many to come! [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 361.701 K289s 2014

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