Jul 17, 2020
Josie Mae is a contemporary circus artist and social circus educator specializing in club juggling and manipulation. They are coordinator and coach with The Voice Project - a youth training company that uses circus as an inquiry for social justice and systemic oppression - an extension of The Circus Project’s Pathways programming. Her passion for this work utilizes community organization, trauma-informed practices, and a holistic and intersectional educational lens. They have served on the International Jugglers Association (IJA) board and is the current World Juggling Day program director. They’ve also gone on tour with Clowns Without Borders - USA.
Don’t miss out on the upcoming Feminist Juggling Panel, on Sunday, July 19th which was mentioned and by Josie in this interview (she is moderating it)!
Feminist Juggling Panel – part of the IJA E-festival (https://www.juggle.org/festival/) on Sunday July 19th @ 10:00 am PST
In collaboration with and broadcast on Circus Talk (FB: @CircusTalk)
Hear the experiences of women (cis and trans) and those under the non-binary umbrella in the juggling community, and discussion of queer and trans issues, intersectionality, gender inclusion, allyship, and the future of diversity-focused discussions & initiatives
Register for the panel here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xk4gqnb5QjO-3IhVtQl85A
Panelists include: Sonal Aggarwal, West Desert Rose, Mellionare, Love Michalla Lynn, Dallys Newton, and Lucy Juggles
Connect with Josie even more and stay up to date with her creations:
Website - www.josiejuggles.com
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/josiejuggles
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