Rigging from truss article We have just published a new article on Rigging from truss [https://circusrigging.info/circus-rigging-from-truss/] which is the result of the last couple of live streams and a lot of behind-the-scenes work. If you are interested in understanding the specifics of rigging circus equipment from truss,
This Friday we'll have our next Livestream event on equipment inspections. In last month's article, we published a guide on 'Inspections and Circus Rigging [https://circusrigging.info/inspection-in-circus-rigging/]'. We'll be discussing that article along with its practical implications this Friday at 4 pm GMT (5 pm CET) on our
Last week, we released another in-depth article from our project on equipment inspection [https://circusrigging.info/inspection-in-circus-rigging/]s, covering what the regulations say about inspection and how that applies to circus in different ways. I would love to get your feedback on the article and any questions you may have
August 13th @ 4 pm: Force Testing Chris Higgs, Ryan Watson, Mark Gibson present a session on force testing in circus. We have an interview with Marion Cossin from Montreal on her research paper "Making single-point aerial circus disciplines safer" as well as some information on her latest research due for
The good news for this month is we have been awarded some funding from Articulation Arts [https://www.articulationarts.org] for this year's conference (Technical Symposium). We are still working out all of the details, but have taken their advice to postpone the event to organize the new speakers and
This month’s updates: * Training and Covid-19 * Factors of Safety research * The website & membership * Our next event Training and Covid-19 risk factors This month, 40 people attended our event which explored how we can return to training in this Covid-19 environment, with representatives from the UK, US and the EU.