Category Archive: Past-Events

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Proud Sponsor of the 5th West Coast Aerial Arts Festival

The Ruby Karen Project in cooperation with Aerial Dance Theater will be hosting the: 5TH WEST COAST AERIAL ARTS FESTIVAL November 9 – 12, 2017 This is the only festival of its kind that brings together aerialists from coast to coast, and from around the globe, ranging in age from 7 to ‘senior’, and covering …

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  SUNDAY – DECEMBER 11, 2016 3PM AERIAL CIRCUS SHOWCASE and FUNDRAISING for SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM by AERIAL ARTS AMERICA Showtimes:  3:30pm  &  5pm Performances by our apprentices and students FOOD & BEVERAGE POTLUCK STYLE Share your favorite dish or beverage RAFFLES and AWARDS AERIAL DANCE THEATER 3001 Red Hill Ave. Bldg. 1-107, Costa Mesa, CA …

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CIRCO ETEREO in cooperation with ORANGE COUNTY AERIAL ARTS present: BREATH OF LIGHTS @ the PEARSON AMPHITHEATER – JUNE 17, 2016 401 North Lemon Street, Anaheim,  CA  92805 FOR TICKET INFORMATION  $3.00: Visit Pearson Amphitheater FOR TICKET INFORMATION  $3.00: Visit Pearson Amphitheater 8th Annual Production Presented by: ORANGE COUNTY AERIAL ARTS Inspired by the script, the …

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Mallakhamb State Federation

The Mallakhamb Federation USA has accepted the Ruby Karen Project as a member of MF-USA and voted the same as California’s state representative. Classes in Rope Mallakhamb are now offered at the Ruby Karen Project Aerial Performing Arts, both in Costa Mesa and Los Angeles.   Please check our schedule for these classes.

OC Fair’s Imaginology and Newport Beach Film Festival

Back by popular demand, the Orange County Aerial Arts together with Circo Etereo Entertainment will be gracing the stages at the Orange County Fairground and the Newport Beach FIlm Festival.  For those looking to enjoy evening parties with great culinary showdowns, couple with Circo Etereo’s entertainment participation, the Newport Beach Film Festival hosts evening parties …

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Montreal aerialist SPENCER CRAIG has been madly in love with circus for over 16 years. Beginning his training in aerials and handstands at the National Circus School in Montreal, while being mentored by Cirque Du Soleil’s Meaghan Wegg and Victor Fomine. He has gone on to perform throughout North America, Europe and Africa with his …

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International Education Exchange

Mumbai, India: Jan. 21, 2016 Directors, Ruby Karen and Luca Cecchini visited India to learn it’s prominent sport,  Mallakhamb Art (Rope and Pole) from the master guru, Uday Deshpande at Shree Samartha Vyayam Mandir.  On the same token, the Ruby Karen Project’s educational flagship – the International Aerial Teacher’s Certification Course (IATTP) was passed on …

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2015 Manila and Bangkok Aerial Consultancy Education

From September through October, 2015,  RKP/ OCAA founding directors, Ruby Karen and Luca Cecchini traveled to Manila to conduct several workshops, certification course and aerial technical consultancy.  Although repeated visits for the last few years, each event at various organizations, are unique, just like Year 2015. The inaugural aerial audition by Ballet Manila to augment …

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Aerial Hammock Workshop Dec. 27 10:30am

Catch innovative and cutting edge moves on Aerial Hammock.  Taught by no other than Ruby Karen, authority to the aerial arts discipline, This workshop is an open level class focusing on  intermediate and advance level tricks with rolls, drops and fabric manipulation When:  Sun. December 27, 2015  10:30am Cost:  $45.   Early Bird:  $35.  with Promo …

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Our Very Own Students @ the West Coast Aerial Arts Festival 2015

CONGRATULATIONS to  our apprentices, ORANGE COUNTY AERIAL ARTS team for garnering 9 trophies and medals including five (5) 1st Place winners (out of 10 categories. 1st Place: Tissu 7-12 Amateur:  Jenna Ali (RKP/ OCAA) 1st Place: Tissu 13-17 Amateur:  Maddie Seay (RKP/ OCAA 1st Place: Lyra/ Trapeze 7-12 Amateur: Vivianna Amado (RKP/ OCAA) 1st Place: …

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