Kyle Mclean of Everyone is Happy Productions shows his awesome style with multiple staffs in Garden Domes, his smooth flow, deservedly won Home of Poi’s, CoL competition last year.
Love the video and the skills, thanks for posting it Kyle.
Five and a half years after starting MoM, we have; 1 book, 2 weddings, several MoM workshops, and over 1 000 000 unique visitors (according to our stats counter).
And this is MoM’s 1000th blog post.
Thanks for reading, and here’s to the next 5 years.
The above image is from theFlickr acrylic balls pool. by Maido of Japan.
We’ve been rather quiet about the European Juggling Convention this year because we’re sad not to be at our favorite juggling and manipulation festival. This year, it has a live stream , by Nathan Rae EJC live: Where the European Juggling Convention comes to you.
For me it’s generally stuttering too much to be watchable, pausing every 3 seconds to buffer 🙁 But I’ll keep trying.
Last night featured Kelvin doing his thing with 1 and 2 acrylics in the open stage, which was amazing.
If there’s nothing live at the moment, there are a bunch of recorded highlights you can watch, my favorite is:
Be sure to stay to the end of the clip for a great ending!
[Edit: updated with Youtube link, cos ustream doesn’t work so well: thanks Divus]
Yowsa! This was the first guy I ever saw do Fei-Cha in an old Internet Video called “Janitors”. In the interim he appears to have gone to Circus School in Montreal and has gotten some pretty sweet tricks nailed in his act. He also does slick combined hat manipulation and has a cute goofy ending. Win.
i found this video via Lewie Wests’ favourates. Why isn’t he a blogger yet anyway?
Around the time of the Firedrums Festival in Santa Cruz, California, The Vulcan in Oakland, California was flooded with visitors from all around the world. There were even more people at the Vulcan than seen in this video. So you should watch for the next one —> here
It’s Pich, isolating 2 curved sticks with amazing skill. Wow.
Beautiful contact Staff routine by Linda Farkas of www.magmafiretheater.com.
It’s lovely to see how routines evolve: previously on MoM
Linda Farkas / Magma Fire theatre: Double Staff – Fire
Thanks to Laszlo Banhidai for the link, I can’t believe that MCP hasn’t posted this already.