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The International Jugglers ' Association or IJA is the oldest and largest organization of jugglers . It is open to members worldwide although most of its members live in North America . Contents 1 Conventions and competitions 1.1 List of host convention cities 2 History

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Ancient to 20th century This ancient wall painting (c. 1994-1781 B.C) appears to depict jugglers . It was found in the 15th tomb of the Karyssa I area, Egypt . According to Dr. Bianchi, associate curator of the Brooklyn Museum "In tomb 15, the prince is looking on to things he enjoyed

Voyager - The Jugglers of Jusa print that page


Cantodea describes her "genitals rotting off" and her transformation into a woman. "Voyager" - The Jugglers of Jusa was re-released alongside Ehjeh Ascher Ehjeh and the demo tape Es reiten die Toten so schnell... as part of the rarities box set Like a Corpse standing in Desperation

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He is best remembered today as the creator of the long-running Australian children's television show Mr. Squiggle , and as the sole operator and voice of its star performer, the Mr. Squiggle marionette . Contents 1 Family 2 War service 3 Cartoonist 3.1 Signature 4 Puppetry

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The next year, Philpott was approached to serve as one of the puppeteers controlling Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi . Philpott controlled the left arm, head, tongue and body of the giant Hutt puppet. Philpott would lend his puppetry skills to other such movies as The Company of Wolves

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has received further popularization through instructional materials and performances developed by jugglers other than Moschen. Throughout the 1990s, there was continuing contention within the juggling community regarding whether Moschen's ideas were being stolen by performers and juggling

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1994 BC to 1947 AD. This Egyptian wall painting (c. 1994-1781 BC) appears to depict toss jugglers Seated girl juggling. Fragmented tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix , 470–460 BC, Regional Archaeological Museum "Antonio Salinas", Palermo, 3d floor, Greek ceramics 1994-1781

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stalls , and carries . [ edit ] Sport As a sport , juggling can be done competitively, with jugglers taking turns to try to best each other's abilities, or juggling together, in teams—called passing . In passing, two or more jugglers will throw objects to each other, performing such

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Some of these disciplines are related to juggling or baton twirling (both forms of object manipulation ), and there is also an affinity between fire dancing and rhythmic gymnastics . Firedancing is often performed to music . Fire dancing has been a traditional part of cultures from around

Moscow State Circus print that page


The title “Moscow State Circus” is used for a variety of circuses. Most commonly, it refers to one of the two circus buildings in Moscow, the “ Circus Nikulin ” (the old circus, featuring animal acts) and the “Bolshoi Circus” (the new circus, featuring trapeze and acrobatics), or