Centre National des Arts du Cirque
Centre national des arts du cirque - cnac
National Centre for Circus Arts
The National Centre for Circus Arts (CNAC) was created to allow young people who whish and are able to become circus artists to do so, whether or not they belong to a circus family.
Centre National des Arts du Cirque- CNAC
Phone: +33 326 21 12 43
Founded in 1985
Director: Gérard Fasoli
Download here the description of the new higher education DNSP circus artist common course with the École Nationale des Arts du Cirque de Rosny-sous-Bois (in French)
Admission: application forms to be retreated in January and February and be dismissed in March. Preselections and selections from mid- to late May. Results announced late May.
In 2012-2013: Common course ENACR-CNAC (DNSP): Written application to be completed by 15 March. Auditions of the shortlisted candidates on 7, 8, 9, 10 May. Final auditions from 8 to 15 July.
Requirements: A-level or equivalent. Acrobatic skills, command of a specialist circus skill, artistic capacities, and knowledge of dance, music and drama.
School year from early September to early July (2nd year) and mid July (1st year).
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