Indonesia 2012

CWB is rejuvenating our collaboration with our partners in Indonesia! Follow along as the adventure begins in late April, 2012. Continue reading

Indonesia 2010

Anna Zastrow joins Dan Roberts and D’dy Soker (Indonesia based Hidung Merah artists) in Sumatra.
I have now been in Indonesia almost two weeks and it is time to report in! I am here joining Dan Roberts and his Hidung Merah (Red Nose) Circus and together we will bring clown joy to children living in disadvantaged or distressed conditions.
We are visiting poor villages around Jakarta, as well as the earthquake victims of Padang, and will possibly venture to Aceh, still recovering from the 2004 tsunami and civil unrest, or Sulawesi, where communities are caught up in religious conflict. Continue reading

Indonesia 2009

Situation: Dan Roberts spent 2008 and 2009 launching Hidung Merah, (Red Nose Circus) in Indonesia. Hidung Merah uses circus arts to reach anak anak-jalanan (street children) and children living with poverty in Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta.

Continue reading

Indonesia 2008

This project is the initial phase of a multi-year expedition in Indonesia where the circus arts will be used to empower and provide relief to those living in Indonesia and who have suffered as a result of numerous catastrophic natural disasters. Continue reading

All projects in Indonesia

Indonesia 2012

CWB is rejuvenating our collaboration with our partners in Indonesia! Follow along as the adventure begins in late April, 2012. Continue reading

Indonesia 2010

Anna Zastrow joins Dan Roberts and D’dy Soker (Indonesia based Hidung Merah artists) in Sumatra.
I have now been in Indonesia almost two weeks and it is time to report in! I am here joining Dan Roberts and his Hidung Merah (Red Nose) Circus and together we will bring clown joy to children living in disadvantaged or distressed conditions.
We are visiting poor villages around Jakarta, as well as the earthquake victims of Padang, and will possibly venture to Aceh, still recovering from the 2004 tsunami and civil unrest, or Sulawesi, where communities are caught up in religious conflict. Continue reading

Indonesia 2009

Situation: Dan Roberts spent 2008 and 2009 launching Hidung Merah, (Red Nose Circus) in Indonesia. Hidung Merah uses circus arts to reach anak anak-jalanan (street children) and children living with poverty in Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta.

Continue reading

Indonesia 2008

This project is the initial phase of a multi-year expedition in Indonesia where the circus arts will be used to empower and provide relief to those living in Indonesia and who have suffered as a result of numerous catastrophic natural disasters. Continue reading