Jan 3, 2019
In this episode Rion Fish chats with us about the history and evolution of buggeng, reveals why buggeng is his thang, recounts the experience of a video going viral and the impact on performing, takes apart teaching philosophies, and shares tips on how to deal with the negative voices in your head.
Rion is a flow artist, storyteller and variety performer
specializing in buggeng, prop dance, balloons, and
clowning. He has taught workshops at Flow festivals ranging
from New England Flow Festival, Manipulation, FireDrums. Pacific
Fire Gathering, and more. He was the Shin/leader of Ministry of
Flow Fire Conclave in 2018, organizes local flow showcases, and,
“is a fish about town.”
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OG Photography in this episodes artwork by Dresden Blue
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