Ministry Workshop – Berlin 2008

Ministry Berlin

The Ministry of Manipulation are collaborating with Jonglier Katakomben in Berlin to bring you an official five day Ball Contact and Manipulation workshop.

Dates: 7-8-9-10-11th February 2008
Location: Jonglier Katakomben, Berlin.

Colin (UK)
Jeanine Ebnother (Switzerland)
Ed Adams (UK)
Kelvin (Germany)

* Special guests: Moon (TBC)

Cost 180 euro.
Places be limited.
Accommodation: [TBC]

Edit:(27/01/08) Drew Batchelor (UK) Regrets to announce that he cannot make it.

All aspects of contact juggling covered, from bodyrolling, isolationism, and multiball contact to presentation techniques, fitting moves together, as well as exploration sessions and much, much more…

We aim to teach good manipulation technique in a fashion that becomes fun and easy to digest for all levels of skill. Expect a lot of people to get rather good, rather quickly.

More information will be available soon.

EDIT: More info available now.

To book a space on this workshop, please email info at jonglierkatakomben dot de
Whilst their workshops page hasn’t been updated, they are taking bookings ๐Ÿ™‚
Hope to see you there!

10 thoughts on “Ministry Workshop – Berlin 2008”

  1. woooo, expect one definite from Edinburgh and one almost definite…when do we start finalising details?

  2. I so wish I could come to this! I’ll just be returning to work after a month in Thailand…I don’t think my colleagues would go for my being gone again. Sounds like a dream though.

  3. ill definetly be there, im having trouble sending the e mail to that adress though, where else can i book my space?

  4. The only placce to book this workshop is with the katakomben.

    If you’re having trouble emailling them, try phoning instead? or have you just not gotten an answer from them? there should be more contact details on their website.

  5. If people are still having trouble emailling, please drop me a line, and I will sort out what I can ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. mmm..ed and katakomben don’t answer my mail..Can I know where we’ll sleep? and how much is it?



  7. I finally (2 weeks late!) got my timetable for work and from the point of view of coming to this workshop, It sucks, it couldn’t suck any more, there is no way that I can make it.

    I’d been hoping to make 2 – 3 days, but having tried to get time off, it’s not possible – its a full time contract.

    Next stop for me is EJC, work is great, but I’m 110% busy. So you’re unlikely to hear much from me before then, I’ve not even got enough time to watch all the videos posted here, let alone post some blog entries of my own.

  8. I’m afried I’m in a similar situation to Drew; too much to do here in Canada and the flights and accommodation is way out of my budget.

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