FERGUSON 2017-18

Thanks to support rom the Saigh Foundation of St. Louis and the Trio Foundation of St. Louis, we are expanding our Peace Through Pyramids: Fergsuon program and offering new Defy Gravity classes at several locations. We are still continuing our circus classes at St. Stephens/The Vine that meet Wednesdays from 4-5:30 and are accepting new students.  Classes will start in February.  If you are interested in hosting or attending one of these classes, please contact us at


Thanks to support from the National Endowment for the Arts,  Saigh Foundation & Greater St. Louis Community Foundation we are currently working with three local Peace Through Pyramids partnerships between children from Ferguson and Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School, Kipp Triumph Academy and The College School and Ames and Mallinkrodt Elementary Schools!

In January, we presented shows at St. Stephens Church in Ferguson , City Museum in downtown St. Louis and Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School in Ladue! We are exited to present shows from these three partnerships at the end of May. You can catch these young bridge building, human pyramid building students in shows at:

City Museum, 650 N 16th, St Louis, MO 63103, show is free with museum admission 

Saturday, May 20

1PM: Kipp Triumph / The College School

Sunday, May 21

1PM: Ames / Mallinkrodt 

3PM: Ferguson /Mirowitz

Also on Sunday, May 21, our Ferguson/Mirowitz Peace Through Pyramids partnership will perform at 6 PM at St. Stephen’s  Episcopal Church in Ferguson on 33 Clay Avenue for their Clay Cafe! Join us! 


Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson, 2015-2016


Thanks to grants from the Regional Arts Commission, Arts & Education Council of St. Louis and Jewish Federation of St. Louis we brought our Peace Through Pyramids program to Ferguson! It started on March 14th, 2015 when the St. Louis Arches performed at the Ferguson Library to promote the new Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson program.

 Check out the video: STL Arches Youth Circus Troupe Perform at Ferguson Library

Check out the photos: Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson, Workshops, March 14

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Then, children from Ferguson teamed up with children from Saul Mirowitz  Jewish Community School to learn circus arts. They put on three culmination shows in May at City Museum, St. Louis Jewish Community Center and the Ferguson Library  to show off what they had learned.

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See more Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson show photos: Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson, Show/March 14

See how St. Louis Public Radio told our story: Circus Harmony Promotes Peace Through Pyramids Collaboration

Read the article in the St. Louis Jewish Light: Mirowitz, Ferguson Kids Join to Build Pyramids of Peace!

This summer, we received a generous grant from the Greater St. Louis Community Foundation’s Come Together Ferguson program that provided scholarships for children from Ferguson to attend our Circus Harmony Summer Performance Camp at City Museum! This fall, the Ferguson and Saul Mirowitz kids had an amazing reunion courtesy of and at the glorious Camp Manitowa! It was three delightful days of camping, circus and companionship!


There are more photos from Camp Manitowa: Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson/Mirowitz Reunion!

We Are Thrilled to Announce the Continuation of

Peace Through Pyramids: Ferguson/Mirowitz!



Thanks to support from the Saigh Foundation of St. Louis and the National Endowment for the Arts,  we are continuing this community and bridge building partnership between children from the Ferguson area and Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School! Look for January shows at City Museum, Saul Mirowitz school and St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Ferguson! Thank you to St. Stephens fro serving as our class meeting place in Ferguson!


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Regional Arts Commission and an Arts and Education Council PNC Project Grant.