Clown Studies Course: History, Theory and Analysis of Clown Free
Posted by: Jon Davison
Posted on: Sept. 24, 2021
Clown Studies Course: History, Theory and Analysis of Clown (Part 1)
6th Oct – 8th Dec (10 weeks)
Time: 18.30-20.30 (London time) (Berlin 19:30, New York/Montreal 13:30, Montevideo 14:30, Vancouver/Los Angeles 10:30)
Cost: £150 (whole term); £80 (5 classes); £18 (1 class)
For enquiries and to enrol, please email: [email protected]
Payments in advance are valid for the term.
Full info on the course here: https://www.jondavison.net/clownstudiescourse
Clowning is generally thought to be something you do without the need for any kind of formal education. However, that doesn’t mean that clowns don’t think about what they do, or ask themselves questions about the why and the how of their art. Nor does it mean that they are unaware of the history of clowning, or of its many and varied manifestations in different cultures around the world. Even if you don’t generally talk about clowning as a philosophy, you are likely to have a set of ideas or assumptions about what is of value, that inform how you perform or see other clowns.
This course aims to bring all that thinking out into the open, and to add to what each individual already knows by asking questions about clowns: past, present and future.
Date: Oct. 06, 2021 -Languages: English Online event URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/381520770271693/
Dec. 08, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Timezone: Greenwich Mean Time (Lisbon, London)