At the circus view


The teenagers of the “Cirkoneo” circus school were given the task to, together with mentors from the Kreativni pogon, think about diversity, freedom, mutual and relationships with teachers, parents, the environment and what it all means to them. Based on the questions that they raised, among other things, at the “Philosophy with Children” workshops, but also throughout the entire process of creation, they staged a play with the working title “At the circus view”.

The play, which primarily carries the theme of diversity, focuses largely on the school system with its large amount of obligations on the one hand, and students who are not visible in the system on the other. “At the circus viev” It was performed in Ruma, Beočin and an elementary school on the outskirts of the city.

The play will live on under a different name. See you at the next game.

The project was financed by the Hartefakt foundation within the CFD project of the Swiss government

Performance – Cirkoneo


The final performance of the participants of the circus school for children and young people aged 4 to 15
took place in the amphitheater of SPENS, in front of a packed hall. The participants showed their circus
skills acquired during the classes. Not only circus skills, but also support, solidarity and cooperation,
were seen during the performance of the acts.

We would like to thank the circus teachers (Beba, Nebojša, Marija, Vanja, Jelena, Marijan and Gagi ) who
encouraged children and young people to freely explore, face their fears, bravely step out of their
comfort zone and find a better self there.
The project was financed by the City Administration for Culture – Novi Sad

Umetnost balaNSa


The continuation of the project from the era of the European Capital of Culture continues to deal with balance as well-being for mind and body, but also as art. This project can also be presented as the heir to the throne.

 “Unbreakable ties” in 2023 were shown through tightly strung cables for walking on a tightrope with a balancer – funambuli, which symbolically showed the connection between the past and the present. The project was co-financed by the 2022 Foundation and the Administration for Culture – City of Novi Sad.

Youth Exchange Kolpa 23


The exchange of young people from 14 to 17 years of age from European circus associations took place again this year, during the month of July, in the beautiful, clean nature in the circus camp on the river Kolpa. Associations from Ireland, the Czech Republic, Montenegro, Germany, Slovenia and Serbia exchanged knowledge, experience and skills. During six days we learned about other cultures, languages, similarities and differences. The lead association of the was the Slovenian circus organization “Fuskabo” and it was funded by the Erasmus + program

Progress on ranžirna


Progress on ranžirna station


This project is supported by the Culture Administration of Novi Sad. Ranžirna station is part of the industrial heritage of our city, which we have decided to open up for the public. We have given life to this old, decrepit, yet marvellous place which is a beacon of our cities architecture. We held 4 tours in one day:
1. For children (with an adequate program)
2. For our neighbours
3. For the general public
4. With professional guides
We also held the play “Progress” and a concert. The children participated in a workshop organized by Matica Srpska Gallery.




This project would take place from September 2021 to the 22nd of April 2022, and it is part of the European Capital of Culture programme, which would co-finance this project as well. The project would focus on children aged 7-15 and promote circus arts and skills as activities that have a wide impact on their creativity, concentration, communicativeness, critical thinking and last but not least their health and physical state.
Aside from acrobatics and juggling, the accent will be on balance and the variety of skills which include balance as a branch of circus that we will use most in our work with children.

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Our research will mainly be towards mapping public spaces as suitable for safe and responsible performance of the circus disciplines that we promote. Public spaces should be marked appropriately with strict rules on how to safely and correctly use all the equipment, and in doing so, preserving the surrounding nature and its monuments (city parks – Limanski park, Futoški park, Kamenički park and the public beach Štrand).
Taking part in this project will be a team of psychologists who will conduct research on the positive effects of circus balance on children as well as a team of public health specialists who will organize conversations with parents and teachers. We will have additional classes with them as well, in an attempt to educate the educators.
The role of the mentor will be given to the circus school from Timisoara and its educators who have graduated in circus pedagogy and worked in the circus school in Brussels.
The idea is to include city schools (one of them would be the special needs school “dr Milan Petrović”), a few schools from the suburbs and 021 county (approximately 10 schools). Our goal is to gather around 500 participants, and with cooperation from the different schools teachers, pick out about 15 children with whom we would do intensive work until April of 2022. Then we would put on a final performance within the European Capital of Culture programme.
One of the results of this project will be an illustrated brochure detailing the importance and welfare of circus, along with a map of public places. Another goal will be to hold a conference where the idea that the modern-day circus becomes a part of our educational system would be put forward.


Circus builds trust


A project in which the young students of our Cirkoneo school, with our educators as mentors, learned how to develop a play from the ground up.

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Having held the play in a few high schools in Novi Sad, we got the chance to visit the southwest region of Serbia, namely Tutin, Priboj, Nova Varoš, Sjenica and Novi Pazar. At the end of the tour we held a performance at Svilara Cultural Station. This project was supported by the United Kingdom embassy, and OSCE.


A circus for all


A circus for all is a project that recognizes the circus as a means of gathering and cooperation between all generations. The project is held during the weekends, when parents and children have a chance to spend quality time together. Its importance lies in the fact that it brings together the widest array of citizens.

Circus skills camp


This camp is intended for children of all ages, where they can learn circus skills and the benefits they bring, in a city environment.
It is completely free of charge and feel free to join us in new adventures!

I can do it too!

During May and June of 2019 we gathered in a small village on the bank of the Danube river and slopes of Fruška gora. We were honored to get the chance to spread our knowledge and skills to a group of 30 children, aged 9-10. After twenty rehearsals, we put on a show named „On a Čerević market (Na čerevićkoj pijaci)”.


The second circus camp

for kids on Katai farm


Everybody is welcome! At the end of the school year, after sitting in school and studying, this camp is a must for every child.

from the 22nd to 17th of June 2022.

Your place in Serbia

This project was financed by the Jelena Šantić foundation. The goal of this project was the reconstruction of children’s playgrounds with support of our community, local businesses, and parents whose children participated in workshops of our contemporary circus.

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Around 50 locals and also guests from Novi Sad joined us, and helped with mowing, repainting and replacing worn out parts of the playgrounds. Aside from the work at hand, we showed off some circus skills, played music and enjoyed refreshments provided by our friendly hosts! We made plans for further cooperation with the children and locals of Čerević, so they can stay a part of modern cultural tendencies.



The miniature world of Almaški region


This is a part of Novi Sad where you can easily get lost. Our aim was to build a bridge between the old and new street names and visually represent them. Our street miniatures are a part of subculture art which fulfilled its purpose.

“Brave cobbler Millie”

A children’s play

This is a story about Millie, a girl who uses old, rusty and discarded objects to make wondrous and beautiful things. But the citizens only asked for regular, everyday items which they needed, not realizing the actual beauty of her creations.
One day, two street artists, Jack and Tomcat, came to her town from afar, and in turn for shoes, they offered to teach Millie their skills. And this is where the drama begins…

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Although Jack and Tomcat planned to soon continue their journey, they chose to stay a while longer. Millie, in the meantime, started creating more than just shoes. She could finally let loose thanks to her new friends and people from near and far started gathering around to catch a glimpse of her art.
Jack and Tomcat soon departed, equipped with new shoes and clothes, and quickly became the best street artists in the land. Millie went on creating all sorts of marvellous things and nothing was ever the same…
…except for a fine cup of tea every now and then when Jack and Tomcat would pay her a visit.
This play shows the importance of believing in yourself, being brave and trusting in your dreams and your friends!