Cirque FLIP Fabrique – Six°
Wednesday, February 16 at 7:30PM
Frederick C. Tillis Performance Hall
Hailing from Québec, Cirque FLIP Fabrique is one of Canada’s leading contemporary circus troupes at the peak of their artistic talents and inspired by imagery, personality and the human experience. Having performed internationally for more than a million spectators, Cirque FLIP Fabrique brings their latest show exploring the restlessness of waiting, the intricate beauty of unexpected encounters, and the joy of laughter through slapstick comedy, juggling tricks and breathtaking acrobatic feats.
COVID-19 Health and Safety policy: The Fine Arts Center, requires patrons to be fully vaccinated to attend performances. UMass students, staff, and volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated per university policy. Additionally, masks are required at all performances, as well as in the university’s museums and galleries. We strongly urge the use of surgical, KN95, or N95 masks, which provide superior protection to cloth masks. Please review our policy before attending a performance – more information is available on our website.
About the UMass Fine Arts Center
The UMass Fine Arts Center seeks to engage and inspire the campus and regional communities in the arts through a broad array of exemplary performances, exhibitions, and educational programs. Since our founding in 1975, the UMass Fine Arts Center has been a central force in the cultural, social and academic life of the university, the Five Colleges, and the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. The Fine Arts Center’s combination of educational, visual, and performing arts programs not only makes us distinct, but also secures a vital and necessary position for us to meet the diverse needs of scholars, faculty, students, alumni and the broader community. We offer a variety of stellar arts and education programs that create a unique delivery service for the arts with many points of entry. We provide a variety and depth of experiences that touch the lives of students from the University of Massachusetts and the Five Colleges, as well as the campus and regional communities. Each program engages its audience with a curatorial vision appealing to individuals and groups both on and off campus. These programs fulfill the Center’s mission by providing affordable access to high quality arts programming and engaging in public service that advances knowledge and improves lives. For more information, visit https://fac.umass.edu.
In a year-long consultative and deeply collaborative process with respected advisors from local Tribal Nations, the UMass Native Advisory Council co-developed this campus Land Acknowledgement. This Acknowledgement affirms our campus connection and relationship to the land the campus is built upon and our continued connection to the Nations who were the original inhabitants and caretakers of this land. Read the Land Acknowledgement.