Do you want to be a clown for Halloween but are a little behind? (it is only 3 days before Halloween)
Check out this guide from eHow:
How to Make a Clown Costume
So a group of clowns in Mexico thought that maybe if the world had more laughter it would have less violence. Check it out:
Mexican clown convention holds ‘laugh for peace’
The World Clown Association seems pretty much the same as Clown of America International, only for the whole world instead of just for America. The website is a bit different in that there’s more that non-members have access to; I especially liked the information on caring clowning. If you’re a clown who wants to join an international organization, or if you want some information on clowning for charity, check out this website:
World Clown Association
I found a lovely post about clowns on another blog! There are also some fantastic pictures in this one. Go check it out:
“Making the World Smile”
An interesting organization (even if their name makes me scratch my head). They look to have a lot of resources for serious (heh) clowning professionals, though you need to be logged in to actually access them. I’m afraid I can’t recommend them from personal experience (I’m just a fan, not a clown myself) but if you’re a clown, or thinking of becoming one, you might want to consider joining this organization.
Clowns of America International
I can’t really explain my feeling about this post beyond the fact that it makes me very happy. It’s truly inspirational.
via rogue anthropologist
I’ve found that a lot of fiction about clowns revolves around evil clowns, but today I was lucky enough to find a cute little story about a non-evil clown:
Maribel the Clown