WHAT IS IPAC?
The International Partner Acrobatic Convention is a series of workshops held in different locations across the globe. Using the APAC format of multi-discipline training, IPAC brings together world renowned companies, coaches and performers.
We aim to bring the discipline and technique that is needed to reach the highest level of performance to a community level.
IPAC HOSTS G.O.M IN SINGAPORE!
Dates: September 13 - 16, 2019
Join Gravity & Other Myths for 4 full days of training in beautiful Singapore! (See the schedule below)
Gravity & Other Myths is an Australian circus company pushing the boundaries of contemporary circus. GOM’s work utilizes an honest approach to performance to create shows with a focus on human connection and acrobatic virtuosity.
GOM is known for their creativity and exploration in contemporary acrobatics, particularly toss and columns. Over these 4 days you will learn techniques in toss, hand to hand, handstands, columns and risley. If you don’t know what GOM does, check them out here
SINGAPORE SCHEDULE, 2019
Please note: The schedule shown below may change slightly prior to the event
SECURE YOUR PLACE
Ticket Prices (AUD)
$480 (4 Day Early Bird Prices) (Valid for the first 15 tickets)
$515 4 Day Pass
$160 Day Pass
*Please note this event has a maximum of 30, 4 day passes available and x15 daily passes
*Tickets are nonrefundable
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
VENUE - We are excited to announce we are being hosted by the brand new Singapore Circus Space! The street address is 90 Geylang Lorong 23 #03-01
ACCOMODATION - Accomodation in Singapore cant be quite expensive, so a hostel might be the best option. We have struck a deal with The Drop Inn so get IPAC participants cheaper accomodation. https://www.dropinnhostel.com/ Use code IPACSG in the comment section when booking to drop the price from $25 down to $19 per night. This deal is available til July 31st
FOOD - Singapore has THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD. Unlike accomodation, food is relatively inexpensive. There are hawker food courts spread throughout Singapore, so finding good food isn’t hard.
WHAT DO I BRING? - Beyond what you usually need to travel, we suggest you bring: a refillable water bottle, chalk, a small towel for those of us who sweat, wrist wraps for toss (cotton tape is best), a notepad for you to remember skills and a desire to learn!
HOW DO I GET AROUND ?- The train and bus system in Singapore is easy to use and inexpensive. We suggest you get a card and use the MRT to get around. Even from the airport. Go here for more details https://www.visitsingapore.com/travel-guide-tips/getting-around/