Based on the pioneering work of Richard Pochinko, this process synthesizes Native American and European clowning traditions to guide you in the discovery of clown. Participants are taken on a journey exploring colour, innocence and experience.
Six clay masks are made which create a personal mythology. As they are worn and explored various characters emerge which form and define your clown.
We need to build a clown who speaks to today, that is not just a collection of gags, but an archetype that reveals the essence of the performer.
This is clown that gives us a larger sense of the divine in each of us, that celebrates our humanness, our animalness, and the times that we can touch each other in a moment of laughter.
April 14th to April 25th 2014
Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 1:00pm
No soiree for this course
Centro Cultural UFG
Avenida Universitária n° 1.533, Setor Universitário
Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil