Helping People Learn to Fly since 2007

We provide a creative, safe, supportive environment where circus artists of all levels can learn, train, perform and be inspired.

Versatile Arts is now New Moon Movement Arts! Go to New Moon

Upcoming Events & Workshops

 

Event

March 23, 2024  •  4:00 pm   |   March 23, 2024  •  7:30 pm

Silver Foxes 2024: Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

For 2024, the Silver Foxes present Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes, a Versatile Arts production inspired by the music of David Bowie. Our 45+ Foxes know too well that life is full of changes: retirement, menopause, aging parents, empty nest, and the like. Please join us as we follow Bowie’s advice to “Turn and Face the Strange” with a […]

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About Versatile Arts

Versatile Arts was established in early 2007 as Seattle’s first full-time school dedicated to aerial arts for adults. Starting out in a shared studio with a dozen students, VA quickly outgrew that space and moved into our own facility in August of 2008. On Jan 1, 2024, the studio part of Versatile Arts become New Moon Movement Arts so that Bev could retire from studio ownership. Versatile Arts still produces shows and supports VAMP, the software platform Bev developed and offers to other studios.

About Beverly Sobelman, Founder

Beverly Sobelman has been obsessed with the aerial arts since her first class in 2003. She has trained with many top-notch aerialists around the world and is part of an international group of instructors working toward improving the quality and consistency of aerial instruction. She is a founding member of the American Circus Educators Safety Comittee. In her previous life, she spent 20 years as a software developer, and has developed a set of software tools for use in the circus industry. When not training or teaching aerial classes, she is likely to be rock climbing, scuba diving, playing the piano, gardening, or spoiling her feline children.


Versatile Arts is a proud member of the American Circus Educators Safety Network for our dedication to creating a culture of safety in the circus world.