Clown Guide

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Looking for resources to make you a better professional clown ?

Clown Antics has many articles on clown character development and links to clown groups. We hope this section will be a valuable resource for both new and experienced clowns and we will try provide information and links that include valuable information on the art of clowning.
 

Clown Character & Costumes

Clowning Activities

Halloween Costuming

Other Clowning Resources

General Clowning Questions


Q: I want to be a clown, where do I start?
A: One of the best ways to start is to take a class in beginning clowning. These are often taught through community colleges or adult education programs. Another place to check is with your local clown alley. You can find lists of registered clown alleys at Clowns of America International (www.coai.org) and World Clown Association (http://worldclown.com/). These two national clown organizations and many smaller local ones also host seminars and conventions throughout the year; these are an excellent source of knowledge and materials.

If you are not able to take a clown class, our Clown Guide includes articles on the types of clowns, makeup application and costume and character development. we also cover clowning activities, like face painting, balloon twisting, juggling. Clown Antics also stocks the highly recommended Strutter's Guide to Clown Makeup and Jim Howle's Make A Face DVD, along with many books and DVDs on Balloon Twisting, Face Painting, and much more.

Posted on 12/14/2011

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