Where Math Meets Art: New Frontiers in the Mathematics of Juggling

Dominic Klyve – professor of mathematics at Central Washington University – recently published a paper titled “A Zeta Function of Juggling Sequences” in the Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory. When we found out about this publication, we all got very excited and made high-pitched squealing noises, then we emailed him about writing a piece for us at eJuggle. Previously …

Stagecraft: Creativity and Inspiration

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The art of juggling is at a crucial moment in it’s history. Like most art-forms, the internet is rapidly changing how it is learned, seen and understood. It will grow from here in one of two ways: It can become more like a competitive sport, where it will belong in the gym, or it can become a more expressive and creative movement, flowering on the stage. In this article, veteran performer Brad Weston shares his experiences and and talks to other well-known and creative performers where they seek inspiration for their work.

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