Monthly Archives: april 2013

Juggling in Angkor Wat

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Here is a greeting from Cambodia! /Morten, Magda og Martin

Reklamer

Dummie: How to become a member of Mind Your Head

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Til generalforsamlingen lovede jeg at lave en dummie som beskriver hvordan man bliver medlem i Mind Your Head. Den finder du her! Print den og spred den til dine MYH-venner.

Hvis din printer kan printe på begge sider så får du dansk på den ene og englsk på den anden side. Hvis ikke, må du vælge hvad sprog du vil printe.

In English
In the general assembly, I promised to make a dummie about how to become a member of Mind Your Head. You find it here! Print it and spread it to your MYH-friends.

If your printer can print on both sides: Do so and get Danish text on one side and English text on the other side.

If your printer only can print on one side: Choose if you prefer English or Danish.

Workshops 2013

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Hermed en liste på årets alle workshops (altid på en tirsdag):
5. mart: Julie – Hulahop
2. april: Kristian – Diabolo
7. maj: Thorbjørn – Tre bolde
4. juni: Nathalie – Poi (begynder)
11. juni: sidste træningsdag i foråret
13. august: første træningsdag i efteråret
3. september: Signe – Slackline
1. oktober: Adriana – Single staff
5. november: Rasmus – Hattejonglering (kl. 21.00)
3. december: Thorbjørn – Ruben Stein’s revench (tre bolde)
 
Der er almindelig træning alle tirsdage, også de dage hvor der er workshop.

European Juggling Convention 2013

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Loggo for EJC 2013

Let us go to the European Juggling Convention in Toulouse together this summer! This is the biggest juggling festival, with jugglers from all over the world. You can come to juggle all day long, go to various workshop in any kind of circus discipline, watch at least two or three shows every night or just chill out in the grass together with your new juggler friends. This year there are four extra shows (sacekripa, sens dessus dessous, patrik & wes and defracto) – plus the gala show of course.

In the festival, you will sleep in tent or caravan that you bring yourself. There are a huge hall (or many?) for juggling; usually it is open all day and all night long. You can make food yourself or you can buy food in the food market. At the festival, you can buy juggling balls, clubs, rings, devil sticks, poi, stilts, clothes, fire staff, etc. to a lower price and talk with the producers.

All jugglers (with friends) are welcome to EJC – you don’t even have to know how to juggle. Just come and have a nice week in a hot Toulouse. The festival starts the 27th of July and ends the 3rd of August.

Visit the EJC-webpage to read more about the festival and to sign up: www.ejc2013.org. It is cheaper to buy your ticket early, as the price gets higher every month (the 1st in each month).