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Ambassador Of Fun: What It Means To Wear A Red Nose

CWB – USA board member Kolleen Kintz reflects on what it means to wear a red nose. Kolleen Kintz When I put on my red nose, the world gets brighter. It’s like the static frequency of the radio tunes in … Continue reading

High school students at a refugee workshop in San Antonio, TX

Education Resources for Clowns

CWB – USA receives many inquiries about clown training, and we’re pleased to regularly share the extensive (but by no means exhaustive) list of top clown schools in the United States, compiled in 2016 by our former colleague Tamara Palmer. … Continue reading

clowns perform in an auditorium full of children

The Importance of Being Invited

What does a war zone look like? When the artists who work with Clowns Without Borders return from scenes of crisis or conflict, they’re often confronted with incredulity. How, people wonder, can CWB have a relationship with the horror and … Continue reading

Performance in Sierra Leone

Why is there a kid on a bucket?

Our show ends as it begins, with music. Music provides a safe mode through which we catalyze an initial connection with our audience and then later facilitate a smooth exit. The last two days we were invited to perform at … Continue reading

In Response to Bruce Bawer’s article, “Improving Muslim Integration, Sending in the Clowns.”

On July 19th, 2017, Frontpage Mag published an article by Bruce Bawer entitled, “Improving Muslim Integration, Sending in the Clowns.” In it, the author shares his opinion about the Swedish Migration Board financially supporting Clowner Utan Gränser, or CWB-Sweden. In … Continue reading