Escarlata Circus IN RESiDENCE at the School Joan Salvat-Papasseithttp://escarlata.com/CA
Escarlata Circus, established by Jordi Aspa and Bet Miralta in the 1980s, is a circus company with its own unique personality. The company creates shows for the street, the big top and unusual and unconventional venues. They have directed and led projects and events in small and large formats, including El gegant dels 7 mars. They have taken their pieces around Europe and the world, and have formed part of the creative team at Trapezi, the Circus Festival of Catalonia, and were its artistic directors for the first fifteen years that this event took place.
In recognition of their work and career, spanning fifteen years, they have received the Government of Catalonia’s National Prize for Circus at Trapezi and the Spanish Ministry of Culture’s National Prize for Circus, also at Trapezi, as well as an Applause Award in the Sebastià Gasch Prizes for their show Pugilatus.
Biography written in 2017
School Joan Salvat-Papasseitwww.institutsalvatpapasseit.net
The Joan Salvat-Papasseït participates for the second time in RESIDENCIAL, with a group of students of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th of ESO.
Institut Joan Salvat-Papasseit is a school in the Barceloneta neighbourhood, located in an area devoted to public facilities that also includes Institut Narcís Monturiol, the Alexandre Galí school, the Mar municipal nursery school and the Fàbrica del Sol environmental education centre. Since the 2012-13 academic year, the school has developed the APDICUM (Dynamic Application of the Curriculum) project, which revolves around a large number of interdisciplinary initiatives in different contexts.
Presentation written in 2012
Students 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th of ESO:
Óscar Caldes, Malena Domènech, Kaouthar El Amrani, Arianna Espinoza, Alba Martínez, Katerina Motovska, Rania Moussouber, Júlia Paredes, Jordi Sala, Reybert Jiménez, Izan Ruiz and Sara Tribak
Rubén Sapinya, Amanda Soto, Montse Muñoz and Francesc González
Curation and coordination:
La Central del Circ
Culture Institute of Barcelona
Barcelona Education Consortium