To promote wellbeing and inspire play by sharing and advancing the flow arts in the Puget Sound region.
An emerging pillar of the flow arts community, the Seattle Flow Arts Collective formed in early 2020 to provide education, programs and workshops, advocacy, organizational capacity, and community leadership. Current and future program areas include:
- flow arts and juggling
- circus arts and clowning
- movement and dance
- fire dancing and fire safety
SFAC was founded as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in order to fill a need in the community for expanded programming and policy advocacy for the flow arts and fire spinning community in the Puget Sound area.
New participants are encouraged to join us! We believe flow arts are for everyone (including kids!) Currently, SFAC operates Flowshop and Spin Jam, weekly gatherings for people to practice, play, and learn, which happen on Zoom (for the foreseeable future.)
For more information, please visit our event calendar.
We envision a community where self exploration, interpersonal connection with others, and collective and individual growth are the result of shared practice and play.
We are committed to building a world where flow arts empowers people of all backgrounds, abilities, and body types to express themselves creatively and to access the benefits of movement meditation.
We provide a space where movement meditation, or moments of clarity and inspiration, may result in new routes to individual and collective transformation.
We practice leading by example and centering our values in all of our words and behaviors. We hold ourselves and each other accountable by actively soliciting feedback and remaining open to change. We hold ourselves and each other to the highest personal and communal safety, environmental, and decision-making standards.
We believe that community is a vital element of wellbeing, and that community is healthiest when its members actively participate in its co-creation. Our community is diverse, multi-faceted, many-talented and always changing. We honor the importance of support networks, public art, public spaces, and other building blocks of a healthy arts community.