Colombia 2012: Clown Encuentro

CWB is continuing its partnerships with clowns in Colombia. Our partnerships began in 2009 with teams of clowns, performers and organizers. This year, after an amazing trip to Risaralda, we are returning to share and collaborate at Encuentro 2012. David is representing us there, stay tuned for updates.
Tim Cunningham will be working with Barnaby King and the Pasos providing teacher trainings and workshops. The collaborative team will create a touring performance with local children and from it, they will develop a sustainable training program for the next three years. The team will also consist of hospital clowns from Manizales and a social worker from Bogotá. This project marks new directions for CWB as we work towards bringing the joy and developing systems so that the joy can sustain itself everywhere we go. Follow us at this page for updates and stories from the field!

Indonesia 2012

CWB is rejuvenating our collaboration with our partners in Indonesia! Follow along as the adventure begins in late April, 2012.

Myanmar/Burma 2012

CWB USA partnered with CWB France and Sweden in a three year long initiative in Burma (2010-2013.) The project focused on bringing the fun and funny into the Children’s Training Schools in Yangon area as well as collaborating with Burmese artists. Clowns Without Borders worked with Thukhuma Khayathe, a unique local theater group, to create an ongoing program of comic theater workshops in the training schools, and to offer healthy, balanced, joyful learning activities to the children through creative expression and movement from the worlds of clown, mime, circus and theater.

India 2012

The intention of this project is to work in areas within India that are crisis zones among populations of children that have been marginalized by society and living in extreme poverty.

All projects in 2012

Indonesia 2012

CWB is rejuvenating our collaboration with our partners in Indonesia! Follow along as the adventure begins in late April, 2012.

Myanmar/Burma 2012

CWB USA partnered with CWB France and Sweden in a three year long initiative in Burma (2010-2013.) The project focused on bringing the fun and funny into the Children’s Training Schools in Yangon area as well as collaborating with Burmese artists. Clowns Without Borders worked with Thukhuma Khayathe, a unique local theater group, to create an ongoing program of comic theater workshops in the training schools, and to offer healthy, balanced, joyful learning activities to the children through creative expression and movement from the worlds of clown, mime, circus and theater.

Colombia 2012: Clown Encuentro

CWB is continuing its partnerships with clowns in Colombia. Our partnerships began in 2009 with teams of clowns, performers and organizers. This year, after an amazing trip to Risaralda, we are returning to share and collaborate at Encuentro 2012. David is representing us there, stay tuned for updates.
Tim Cunningham will be working with Barnaby King and the Pasos providing teacher trainings and workshops. The collaborative team will create a touring performance with local children and from it, they will develop a sustainable training program for the next three years. The team will also consist of hospital clowns from Manizales and a social worker from Bogotá. This project marks new directions for CWB as we work towards bringing the joy and developing systems so that the joy can sustain itself everywhere we go. Follow us at this page for updates and stories from the field!

India 2012

The intention of this project is to work in areas within India that are crisis zones among populations of children that have been marginalized by society and living in extreme poverty.