MixedMedia Programming+Videos

Teaching interactive “ensemble” storytelling with a core-group of  1st through 4th grade students. “Everyone has a part to play and we’re all on the same grade level as performers.” J’miah leads his YMCA Pryme Tyme after-school group during a rehearsal for an ensemble folktale-telling, NahNah Binyah’s Talking Sweet Potatoes, shown just below.

 

 

HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION THROUGH STORYTELLING ARTS
                                       WITH “TELL-AEROBIC-TALES™”

 

Tell-Aerobics To Get Kids Exercising from J’miah Nabawi on Vimeo.

 

Savannah Music Festival 2005 Inaugural Artist Residency

 

 

 

Under the auspices of a National Endowment for the Arts grant through Georgia Council for the Arts, J’miah Nabawi presents the book, “The Days When the Animals Talked: Black Folktales and How They Came to Be” by Revered Dr. William J. Faulkner. Directed by Choir Director Constance Andrews, the public performance was presented as an ensemble with the Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah, GA) Student Choir in 2007.

 

TALKING TED: PARENT ENGAGEMENT!

TEDxSavannah 2017

 

 

ANANSEsem kyiri kasa . . . STOYTELLING does not like idle talk!

Storyteller J’miah Nabawi leads his “Kindergarten Story Ensemble” during a Young Audiences artist-residency at Garden Hills Elementary School, Buckhead, GA. Photo courtesy of Parent/Teacher Association

Storybooks Alive!

Books on Amazon