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FlowShop: Juggling Fundamentals & Beyond with Jeremiah Johnston

April 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm

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Do not pass go, do not collect $200 – Jeremiah Johnston is going to be teaching at FlowShop!!!


Holding two medals in the world championships of juggling, Jeremiah’s performances feature thrilling stunts, big laughs, and fantastic displays of dexterity and balance that captivates audiences of all kinds.


Jeremiah is truly incredible to watch, combining elements of technical juggling and flow juggling to create an impressive display. He’s also a fantastic teacher! Don’t miss your chance to learn from him right here in Seattle – for free!


This class is intended for anyone who wants to take their budding juggling skills to the next level, including total beginners! Class will focus primarily on ball juggling, but you can participate with whatever your preferred juggling prop is. We will go over the basics of a juggling cascade as well as various other ways to play, explore, and train with one, two, and three props to enhance one’s comfort with the practice. Class will also cover some simple partner juggling patterns that anyone can achieve! More advanced jugglers can benefit from this class by learning the various methods to apply to their own teaching experience. Some extra juggling equipment will be available for use.


FlowShop is a weekly gathering for flow artists, jugglers, dancers, and other movement artists to build community through practice and play. Our events are open to people of all backgrounds, skills, and levels of experience.


We are now meeting at Yesler Community Center at 917 E. Yesler Way in the Multipurpose Room (across the hall from the gym).


**Please be sure to read the entire event page for updates to our COVID policy**


FlowShop hosts both workshops and “open jam” style events for movement artists of all sorts to come together for communal practice and play.

Interested in teaching a workshop? Fill out our application here: https://forms.gle/98yNkgmmJKkfWSwq7


We want to extend a HUGE thank you to ArtsWA, the National Endowment for the Arts, and 4Culture. Each of these organizations has contributed grant funding to help keep our programs alive – we are so grateful!


What should I expect at FlowShop?

Friendly faces and welcoming spaces! Open jams are an unstructured time to come together and practice flow arts while building connections and community. Many love teaching! All props, skill levels, and movement modalities are encouraged and welcome.

Don’t have a prop of your own? We always have extra to spare!


How to find us at the Community Center: We’re located in the Multipurpose Room, across the hall from the gym. There is a very kind person at the front desk who can help guide you if needed!

Accessibility: There are two accessible entrances to the Center. One is on the street level from Yesler Terrace (marked on Google maps), and the other is from an elevator in the parking garage below the building.

Parking: There is a parking garage but it’s not huge! Carpooling or using public transit is a great idea for this location.


Donate to SFAC:
* www.seattleflowarts.org/donate
* paypal.me/seattleflowarts
* @seattleflowarts on Venmo

COVID Guidelines

Masks are NOT required but are strongly encouraged at this event. There will be extra masks available for use.

– Please stay home if you have any symptoms of COVID or have been recently exposed to someone who is sick. If you have recently attended a large, indoor gathering, please consider skipping a week of FlowShop or taking an at home test before coming.

– Be mindful of people’s physical boundaries by asking about said boundaries – especially before hugging or touching others.

– We keep windows at the venue open to help increase air ventilation in the space.


April 23
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Event Category:


Arlene Smith


Yesler Community Center
917 E. Yesler Way
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