Bring the whole family at Beelarong in Morningside this May 2022, for Disappearing Acts, a special and intimate performance presented by Vulcana Circus.
Disappearing Acts will be held in venues ranging from parks, environmental education centres, and community farms throughout Queensland, so there’s something for everyone to explore.
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|Where||Beelarong, Corner Beverley St & York St, Morningside|
|When||22 May 2022, from 2:30 p.m.|
“It is a quirky and skilled circus performance that asks us to reflect on our relationship with nature, how we value the birds, insects, trees and wild spaces that support them,” Vulcana Circus stated.
Developed in collaboration with environmental scientist Ayesha Tulloch, Disappearing Acts unpacks the scientific principle of testing questions and building evidence to assess what might be missing from our landscapes.
The event is part of Anywhere Festival 2022, which will once again take temporary possession of everyday and extraordinary places through Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa for the 12th year to present an intimate discovery of places and performances.
Vulcana is a not-for-profit organisation formed in 1995 to close the gap between women’s and men’s experience of the circus through its inclusive training, performance making projects, and community engagement programs.
Vulcana offers workshops in aerials, hula hoops, juggling, partner/group acrobatics (balancing on each other), handstands, flexibility, fitness and performance classes for beginners through advanced levels and regardless of fitness level.