Ideal for, but not limited to science, technology, engineering, art and math students. This Project-Based Learning exploration, presented by The Circus Arts Conservatory’s Education Program, integrates Science and Art in the classroom. Students are asked to choose and research a circus act. Once the science of motion has been explained and understood, as well as information about the circus act, the students will demonstrate their knowledge of physics and engineering by creating a model of their circus act in the style of Alexander Calder.
- Ideal for grades 5-8.
- Program is off-campus at The Circus Arts Conservatory’s Sailor Circus Arena and in the classroom.