Founded in 2004, the National Circus School Library, with more than 22,000 documents, represents one of the most important documentary collections on contemporary circus arts in America.
The Library offers the public and the circus community privileged access to the culture and history of circus arts in Canada and abroad.
The Library houses the Pascal Jacob Collection, the Léon DuPerré Fund and the Cirque du Soleil Collection.
The addition of documents of all kinds to the Library’s collections is essential to the development and maintenance of its holdings. Help us to perpetuate the living memory and history of circus arts!