The Bahamas 2019: Hurricane Dorian Relief

“I end up dancing in a circle of little children, all of us mirroring each other’s dance moves. As we  jump up and down I notice shy eye contact from some, while other kids impulsively reach out to hold my … Continue reading

Ecuador 2019

“It’s beautiful, because our audience of two reacts as we imagined it during the show’s creation. Within the show, there are moments of astonishment, moments of doubt, and moments of reflection, and we see that in the children. What’s happening to … Continue reading

Palestine: Three-Year Program

“We had never thought about clowning as a performance or as an art. We always thought of it as something small, for a few kids, not to connect to all of people. The adults would come with the intention to … Continue reading

Brazil 2019

“I feel completely at peace after the show, and the sadness that overwhelmed me earlier has disappeared. I got to experience the transformative power of joy, thanks to the children, my fellow clowns, and the teachers at the school.” -Melissa … Continue reading

ClownEncuentro 2019

“ClownEncuentro provides an opportunity to be in community and connect with other passionate clowns, to have necessary conversations about the art of clown and its purpose in present-day culture, and to forge relationships and connections. These are seeds that will … Continue reading

Tijuana 2019

“In the chaos and desperation of the migrant or deportee experience—including poverty, violence, seemingly interminable wait times, and seemingly insurmountable odds—many migrants may die at the hands of traffickers, become addicted to drugs, or otherwise ‘disappear or disperse’ into the … Continue reading

Guatemala 2019: Workshop Tour

CWB-USA returns to Guatemala to offer workshops for teachers and psychologists. Continue reading

Palestine 2019

Clowns Without Borders returns to Palestine to work with local artists. Continue reading

Balkan Tour 2019

“I walk in and feel the heaviness of the space, despite the smiles around us. We gather a group of 500 men in no time at all, along with a handful of kids and women. We perform for an hour … Continue reading

All projects in 2019

Ecuador 2019

Ecuador 2019

“It’s beautiful, because our audience of two reacts as we imagined it during the show’s creation. Within the show, there are moments of astonishment, moments of doubt, and moments of reflection, and we see that in the children. What’s happening to … Continue reading

The Bahamas 2019

The Bahamas 2019: Hurricane Dorian Relief

“I end up dancing in a circle of little children, all of us mirroring each other’s dance moves. As we  jump up and down I notice shy eye contact from some, while other kids impulsively reach out to hold my … Continue reading

Clowns Without Borders leads a workshop for Palestinian children

Palestine: Three-Year Program

“We had never thought about clowning as a performance or as an art. We always thought of it as something small, for a few kids, not to connect to all of people. The adults would come with the intention to … Continue reading

Little boy points at Melissa as she makes a funny face

Brazil 2019

“I feel completely at peace after the show, and the sadness that overwhelmed me earlier has disappeared. I got to experience the transformative power of joy, thanks to the children, my fellow clowns, and the teachers at the school.” -Melissa … Continue reading

ClownEncuentro participants gather for a family portrait, dressed in their outrageous costumes.

ClownEncuentro 2019

“ClownEncuentro provides an opportunity to be in community and connect with other passionate clowns, to have necessary conversations about the art of clown and its purpose in present-day culture, and to forge relationships and connections. These are seeds that will … Continue reading

Four clowns fit into a picture frame

Palestine 2019

Clowns Without Borders returns to Palestine to work with local artists. Continue reading

Moshe speaking to the group in a circle

Guatemala 2019: Workshop Tour

CWB-USA returns to Guatemala to offer workshops for teachers and psychologists. Continue reading

mural of migrant man

Tijuana 2019

“In the chaos and desperation of the migrant or deportee experience—including poverty, violence, seemingly interminable wait times, and seemingly insurmountable odds—many migrants may die at the hands of traffickers, become addicted to drugs, or otherwise ‘disappear or disperse’ into the … Continue reading

A clown hugs children in a refugee camp

Balkan Tour 2019

“I walk in and feel the heaviness of the space, despite the smiles around us. We gather a group of 500 men in no time at all, along with a handful of kids and women. We perform for an hour … Continue reading