Footlock Tree w/ Holly Price!

Our very own Holly Price is sharing the love of her footlock tree with you all this winter!! She has created an aerial silk footlock tree that shows how all the moves are connected and how they can stem from one another. Come explore and see how interconnected the skills are! Learn new pathways, and explore new entries into some of your favorite skills.
She is teaching three Footlock Tree Workshops this winter. Each workshop will grow to become more complex. Join us this coming Friday night for the second of the three workshops she has in store for us this winter!
Click here for all of the details and to register!

Photo by
Tina Gutierrez

EA performing this New Year’s Eve!

Come see US get weird at Weird Years Eve at Top Cats in Clifton, details below!

Alright kiddos, its that time of the year again and the weird is comin on strong… so strap up, tune in, and blast off to….

<<<WEIRD YEARS EVE 2K19>>>

Featuring audio frequencies by:
Ernie Johnson From Detroit
Bit Flip
The Harlequins
Henry Sugar
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Featuring aerial arts by:
Elevated Aerials
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Video installation by:
Channel 77
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And lighting, visuals, and stage by:
Bunk News
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Live painting by Hanzo Art and Ezra Kalmus Art
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Plus more weird than you can shake a shtick at!

Come wash the stank of 2018 off of ya and usher in another weird one!
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Top Cats on short vine
12/31
9-2am
$10 presale
$15 at door

See us in City Beat!

Floor Flow this winter with Samantha Hancock!!

We’re so very excited to be able to offer some Floor Flow over the winter months with Samantha Hancock at Westside Academy of Gymnastics! We’ve all been captivated by her smooth transitions and passionate spirit on and off the floor… come and let her share with you a little bit of her flow on the floor! Her Floor Flow winter workshops kick off with Animal Instincts TOMORROW Sunday, December 2nd. For more info and to register, click here!

Jenn Bruyer is coming to EA on Sunday, November 11!!

Jenn Bruyer has been immersed in aerial arts since 2008. She is driven by her focus on silks and sling (hammock) but also enjoys exploring cord lisse, trapeze, lyra, net and rope & harness. She has coached, choreographed and performed across the US from New York to Alaska. And has recently resettled in Seattle, WA after completing a 5 month 25 city workshop tour. As an Aerial Coach, she seeks to provide the highest quality progressive instruction to aerialists of all abilities from novice to professional performer. Her mission as a human is to cultivate a warm, non-judgmental learning environment that fosters community, to build personal physical and emotional strength within the individuals who participate in this environment and methodically construct a vehicle by which to create art.

We are so incredibly stoked to have Jenn (aka HeelHang) out to EA! She’ll be teaching three workshops with us. Two 90 minute workshops for our intermediate/advanced silk students and one 2 hour all levels sling workshop! Grab them while you can, spots are very limited!!

CREATING CONTINUOUS MOVEMENT on silks

FRESH FABRIC IDEAS on silks

DANCE HAMMOCK on sling

Welcoming Kelsey Long to the EA team!!

Long before Kelsey took to the air, she was a hula hoop dancer. She has been involved with the flow and movement arts for nearly a decade, and had her first experience with the aerial arts at Kinetic Fire. She regularly travels to teach and attend flow festivals.
Kelsey began her aerial journey 6 years ago, and has been teaching various forms of aerial for 3. She obtained her Lyra certification through Aradia Fitness, in April of 2016. Kelsey has trained with aerialists from all over, and believes that everyone has something to share! We are thrilled to have Kelsey be a part of our team here at EA and we hope that you will all give her a warm welcome next time you’re in class!
Kelsey is available to travel for workshops and private lessons at: kelsey@elevated-aerials.com
“Movement is the body’s best form of medicine. I am so grateful to be able to pass on my love of movement to others!” – Kelsey Long

See EA perform this HALLOWEEEEEEN at 21c…

Saturday, October 27th from 9PM-1AM

Located at: 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati 609 Walnut Street, Cincinnati 45202

The haunting season draws near again and 21c Cincinnati invites you to delve deeper into the forest and be whisked away by the Creatures of the Night. We’ll have Planet Venus spinning in the Main Gallery as C Jacqueline Wood conjures the visual palette of this Secret Garden Redux. PonesDancefix by HBDC, and Elevated Aerials will spread dance among the masses while Floyd Johnson of OATW: Ohio Against The World launches a new photobooth concept to memorialize the evening.

Costumes are highly encouraged for entry into a judged #costumecontestwith prizes, including a one night stay at 21c Cincinnati or dinner for two at award-winning restaurant Metropole#TheSpaat21c offers the grand prize of a couple’s massage for the best duo costume of the evening. Judges Judith Escariot, Heather Britt from Dancefix, Pam Kravetz and a representative of ACLU of Ohio will determine the winners of what is expected to be a fierce competition.

No costume? No problem! The Queen City’s elite makeup professionals will be on hand to help you manifest your inner creature, free of charge.

Metropole will be concocting creepy cocktails and a special Halloween punch as well as offering a cash bar.

Plan to dine before the festivities? Reservations are available at the restaurant; call 513-578-6660. And while Halloween encourages all to be who they please, they still must be 21 to access to what the secret garden holds.

The event is #free, but there is a suggested donation of $10, which will benefit ACLU of Ohio.

The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-partisan group whose purpose is to defend people across the political spectrum, from minority to majority. The overall stance of the ACLU is to protect the Bill of Rights – even if it means defending an organization whose mission they do not personally stand behind. Founded in 1920, ACLU is the nation’s guardian of liberty and works in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States. The ACLU of Ohio is headquartered at the Max Wohl Civil Liberties Center in Cleveland and also maintains a regional office in Columbus, Ohio.