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October 4 2017

What’s in Your First Aid Kit?

By | October 4th, 2017|Fire Safety, Health|

   In this article, we took to crowdsourcing to gather information on what is common in fire performer’s first aid kits when they are out performing.  We asked members of the Fire Performance Safety Discussion Facebook Group what are some things they always carry in their kit and the results are below. Although there is not [...]

May 11 2017

The Arrogance of Competence

By | May 11th, 2017|Fire Safety, Opinions, Professional|

For the Flow Arts Institute By Eric “Propfessor” Shibuya, PhD A discussion arose recently in the fire spinning community over some videos of people burning in non-fire safe clothing. The arguments have taken two main positions: (1) This is really dangerous and you shouldn't do it. It hurts the rest of the community if people [...]

April 19 2017

Spinning Fire in New Hampshire

By | April 19th, 2017|Fire Safety, Professional|

Spinning Fire In New Hampshire   As we get into the warmer months, people are already dusting off their gear getting ready to either spin fire for the first time or the five millionth time. The first warm days make us think of warmer nights when spinning can happen outside without the limitations of thick [...]

March 6 2017

Tutsday – Lady Aetheria – Spinny Perch – Leviwand

By | March 6th, 2017|FAI Tutsdays, Fire Safety|

Spring is just around the corner. I can almost smell the fresh air, warm rain, and flowering trees, almost. The Midwest can trick you like that. My name is Megan Huizel, and this is my first time blogging for FAI’s Tutsday series. Please allow me to tell you a little bit about myself; I’m a [...]

February 10 2016

How to Approach Your Local Fire Marshall to Legally Spin Fire

By | February 10th, 2016|Fire Safety|

https://youtu.be/x8HfuRpgHQA Fire performing is a captivating art form that can make an event unforgettable, it’s beautiful, visceral and of course, it’s dangerous. In NYC, the stakes are high, it’s the mostly densely populated city in the country. So, it’s no surprise that the FDNY is the largest fire department country, the second largest in [...]

July 22 2015

Fire Safety for Indoor Performances

By | July 22nd, 2015|Fire Safety, Flow Arts Discoveries|

The selection and execution of safe indoor fire performance is an obligation shared between the booking manager, performer(s), the designated safety person and the venue. Each participant of the performance needs to be cognizant of the potential safety hazards and safety adjustments made to accommodate the space’s limitations or performance enhancements. Safety begins before show time. The booking manager [...]

Fabric Science for Pyros

By | July 3rd, 2015|Fire Safety|

http://youtu.be/DRoVQI6Ju_w Tara has created this glossary of terms and fabrics that she has tested in order to help educate the community. Costuming is just as important (if not more) than your spinning environment.  If an event planner or troupe leader is supplying the costumes, insist on seeing them in advance for a dress rehearsal. [...]

June 22 2015

FAI Fire Safety Part 4 of 5 | Fabric & Clothing

By | June 22nd, 2015|Fire Safety|

https://youtu.be/__byD0nSprY Dr. Howard Chen, our Fire Safety Director brings you the 4th installment of our fire safety features some crucial information on fire performance attire. Fire Performers are no different than performers of other arts in that they seek well made, protective clothing and costumes when they’re practicing or performing their art.  So let’s talk [...]

April 27 2015

Fire Safety Part 3 of 5 | Fuel Safety, Use, & Reclamation

By | April 27th, 2015|Fire Safety|

This video is a full 17 minutes of knowledge packed goodness to help you level up your fire performance. Many pro tips. Please be patient and watch, listen, and read the entire episode. Fuel https://youtu.be/TqmEgbPA5Qg?list=PLXBKzrT0URwD-sHIuD2Yzx0hWrN01qJoz 4.0 FUEL SAFETY, USE, AND RECLAMATION 4.1 Video Intro Hello, welcome back to the Flow Arts Institute’s Fire Safety [...]

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