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'The dominant culture claimed economic regeneration but missed the inspiration of art in the community and its replenishment of the soul. '    John Fox, Artistic Director, Welfare State International  2002

Slippry Sirkus delivers outcomes for festivals and community events, through working closely with communities in arts engagement process to create contextual multi- media performances, parades and installations based around ‘Art of Celebration’ principals utilising music, dance, circus, theatre, digital media, puppetry, fire, lanterns, recycled materials and production values to create outcomes that engage, delight and build social capitol.

Slippry Sirkus has facilitated workshops, performances, parades  and site installations at:

  • Walking with Spirits Festival, Beswick N.T
  • National Children’ s Festival, Canberra
  • National Circus Festival
  • Woodford Festival; Qld
  • Ten Days on the Island Festival,
  • Global Carnival, Bellingen
  • Brolga Festival, Moree;
  • Multi-Cultural Festival, Moree
  • Camden Haven Music Festival
  • Tamworth County Music Festival
  • Floriade, ACT
  • AquaSculpture, Port Macquarie
  • Youth Fest; Uralla
  • Bago Festival, Hastings;
  • Bulga Fringe Festival; Elands
  • Culture in the Mulga, Charleville
  • Back to Bowra Festival, Bowraville
  • Frolic in the Valley, Nambucca Heads
  • Festival of the Winds, Crescent Head
  • Crankfest, North Coast, NSW

'Handle With Care' Project

‘The Journey' shares insights from the young people from the sixteen communities who participated in this two year project.




Have a look at the images that capture some of  the many project highlights

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Media Comment


There has been very positive responses to our projects across a broad sector of the community

View samples here

Making Music

Listen to the songs created by the young people about the lives, their families and their communities.

Bourke Girls Track