IJA Tricks of the Month by Louis Cason from South Africa / Juggling Clubs

Louis Cason is from Cape Town, South Africa. He has been juggling for 20+ years and performs regularly across the continent. His tricks of the month video was filmed around Cape Town. The aim was to showcase new club tricks and the beauty of the city. The video is a series of mini episodes that tells the story of Louis’ …

IJA Tricks of the Month by Jeremiah Johnston from U.S.A. | Club Juggling

Featuring the impressive club juggling of Jeremiah Johnston! And today’s his birthday! Happy Birthday Jer! Jeremiah Johnston is a California man raised in the rural Sierra Nevadas. He spent his early adult years amidst the coastal redwoods at Humboldt State University where he developed the juggling skills that would lay the foundation for his career in entertainment. The juggling arts …

More Juggling Statues and Sculptures

As I stated in the previous article on juggling statues and sculptures, juggling can be difficult to portray in sculpture, as the props obviously must be connected to the juggler in some manner. Nevertheless, jugglers and juggling have been a popular subject of sculptures for a long time. Let’s take a look at some more public statues as well as …

Some pictures of the Five Aberts

(Haz clic aquí para español.) After reading the wonderful article by David Cain about the Soviet juggler Edward Abert, founder of the Soviet group called Five Aberts, I wanted to publish some photographs about the artistic journey of the Albert family. The photos show Edward Abert when he was young; to his brother, Igor Abert; To his father, Boris Abert; …

Pre-Club Juggling With Linear Props

Toss juggling with clubs can be traced back to James DeWitt Cook. Cook, who was born in 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio in the United States. He was the first to juggle clubs, starting around the late 1870s. It is believed that Cook, who juggled as the “King of Clubs,” used solid wood Indian clubs, and other jugglers copied him, eventually …

Eduard Abert – Soviet Juggling Star Remembered

When jugglers think of Soviet-era Russian jugglers, names like Alexander Kiss, Sergei Ignatov, Evgeni Biljauer, and Gregory Popovich most often come to mind. However, there was another incredible juggler who was similarly talented. His name was Eduard Abert. Born in 1937, he was the founder of the Five Aberts, a very well-known Soviet juggling troupe that also included his wife, …

Jugglevision – Episode 4

Presented by 2 Legends: Zak McAllister and Stephen Doutt Documentary on Tom Whitfield Felix Sürbe plays the Zomble game Highlights from EJC 2019, @everyone Zé Lima and Pedro Gouveia play the ‘Chicken Willy Game’ 2 box tutorials by Mike Moore and Lou Duncan Over 100 different Tricks Law breaking farts!!!  

Juggling Statues and Sculptures Around The World

Juggling can be difficult to portray in sculpture, as the props obviously must be connected to the juggler in some manner. Nevertheless, jugglers and juggling have been a popular subject of sculptures for a long time. The most famous juggler statue is undoubtedly that of Enrico Rastelli, located at his tomb in Bergamo, Italy. Enrico Rastelli Tomb Juggler Viktor Kee …