GIVING BACK: To celebrate its anniversary and thank the community for its support, Circus Arts is giving away circus workshops to four lucky schools.
GIVING BACK: To celebrate its anniversary and thank the community for its support, Circus Arts is giving away circus workshops to four lucky schools.

Roll up, roll up for Circus Arts workshops

TO celebrate their 10th anniversary, Circus Arts are kicking off the year by giving away four circus workshops for schools in 2016.

They have just launched Circus is Art, a school art competition for all Northern Rivers Schools from K - 12. 

Grades are invited to create a piece of circus themed artwork and submit to Circus Arts by July 1 to be in the running to win a 2.5 hour circus and flying trapeze workshop for the whole class.

The competition is designed to promote team work, creativity and fun.

All entries will be displayed at the Circus Arts Wet Paint Gallery from July 1 to 29 during which time the community are invited to come in and vote for their favourite piece.  

Four winners will be announced on August 1 and artwork will remain on display at the gallery until October.

"This is our way of giving back to the community who have shown us such amazing support over the years," Circus Arts owner Belinda Hultgren said. 

"It's a great way to communicate our core values and see those reflected in something creative for all the community to enjoy".

To get involved ask your teacher to contact Circus Arts on 02 6685 6566 for details.



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