Thanks to all of the artists, arts supporters, and audience members who made the 2019 Piccolo Spoleto Festival a great success! Be sure tag yourselves
African Arts and Culture in Schools
AGOO-O-O! Follow this link then Click on Cumulus Media image to hear the interview with Reneé LaSalle on 102.1 “Community Spotlight” Follow this link. Click
STEM, STEAM & WOOD Makes Music!
School is a-coming! For some “hands-on STEM” with a little STEAM to give students a push and some upbeat encouragement into the Sciences, check out
Ananse (Anansi) the Spider, wife Okonori Yaa, and family are in China!
The Newest Mandarin Chinese translation of J’miah Nabawi’s Ananse Makes It So! (Why Spiders Hide in Corners) enters China at Jiujiang University, thanks to dear
World-Beat Books™ @WHOLE FOODS
Stand by. There’s more to come! Contact Email: TallTales@jmiahnabawi.com
The Moral of the Story is … Genius is Common
Now in its 12th year, International Tent is the result of a vision J’miah Nabawi had for the 2005 Savannah Children’s Books Festival. Wish granted,
Please click here to view on You Tube Julio’s Bridge to the Land of Make-Believe | J’miah Nabawi | TEDxSavannah Published on May 25, 2017
WOOD Makes Music! at Historic Savannah Foundation “Block Party”
Historic Savannah Foundation: The Block Party Saturday, May 13th at Guerry Lumber Yard 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Location: 123 West 44th Street What better
New Book Release: NahNah Binyah’s Talking Sweet Potatoes
“Praise for NahNah Binyah’s Talking Sweet Potatoes! As I read this story, we all felt as though we were sitting together raptly listening to the storyteller