WHERE IS MY MUSE? - An Introduction to Clowning
with Angie Foster
A series of half-day workshops
Sunday Apr 6, June 1, June 8,

June 15, 2014

Philadelphia, PA


By turning the world upside down (as clowns do) we somehow come to see ourselves and world in unexpected new ways. The intention of this course is to explore the relationship between clowning and creativity.

How do the stories we tell define us?
• How does strong emotional commitment bring clarity to our stories?
• How can being vulnerable make us stronger?

Clowning is a state of playfulness that allows us to experience a child-like, naïve and vulnerable state of being ... and paradoxically we learn, grow, and are strengthened through reconnecting playfully with what makes us most vulnerable. This approach to clowning is not a technique (tricks, gags and routines), but a personal journey towards finding one’s unique way of being - by listening and being receptive, essential skills for any creative and imaginative endeavor. It is only in letting go of control that we begin to be surprised by the depth of that which is around us and within us.

Class size is limited to 12. Please register early.

Course fee - $240

Deposit - $120

Times: Each course is on Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
Bring lunch.

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