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Serious Business

Clowning Workshop

Denfinity Dance Studio

1325 Jefferson St.

Friday July 15th @ 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Through clowning we will reinvent our relationship to failure, increase self expression, normalize play as adults, and increase vulnerability and the willingness to take risks. We will learn about the clown archetype, bring mindfulness to our present state and discuss any barriers to play we might have. We will move into group exercises that allow dramatic expression to unfold and reach a state where we embrace confusion bringing about permission and liberation of ourselves and each other.

This workshop is for Professionals, Recovering Perfectionists, Performers, Activists, People with Coulrophobia, Disrupters/Tricksters.

We aim for participants to come away with a deeper connection to their emotional body and confidence in disrupting social structures.

Facilitated by Aislynn Blair and Jessica Land

Scholarships available, contact

BIPOC will be prioritized

Sliding Scale Guidelines


Consider paying MORE THAN FULL PRICE if you/your family has:

  • the ability to comfortably meet all of your basic needs.

  • investments, retirement accounts, or inherited money.

  • regular access to healthcare and health insurance.

  • providers who are employed or do not need to work to meet the families needs.

  • ownership of your home and a vehicle.

  • the resources to take an annual vacation or time off from work.


Consider paying FULL PRICE if you/your family has:

  • the ability to meet all of our basic needs.

  • the ability to pay all essential monthly bills and loans.

  • access to healthcare, and employer health insurance and/or other employer benefits.

  • reliable housing and transportation.

  • providers who have reliable employment.

  • the resources to take a vacation every few years without financial burden.


Consider paying LESS THAN FULL PRICE if you/your family has:

  • difficulty covering basic expenses.

  • significant debt that prevents basic needs from being met.

  • medical care, bills and/or expenses not covered by insurance.

  • unstable housing and/or limited access to reliable transportation.

  • a provider who is unemployed or under-employed.

  • eligibility for public assistance including food stamps, health care and/or subsidized/free school lunches.

  • not taken a vacation or time off due to the financial burden.