Workshops & Presentations
For over 25 years, Mwalim has offered workshops and residencies to organizations, institutions and businesses, in both creative disciplines and professional and social development programs for community people, educators, and other professionals.
Workshops can be single presentations or intensives for conferences and events, or short (1-7 weeks) and long-term (8-14 weeks) residencies.
Mwalim can be booked for workshops individually or in combination with co-presenters and team teachers. For Booking & Info, Visit Contact Page.
Writing For Solo Performance: Poetry, Storytelling and Monologues
Skit, Sketch, and Short Play Writing (Intro & Advanced)
Short Fiction Writing (Intro)
Theater Arts (Acting, Directing & Improvisation)
Song Writing & Music Composition
Improvisational Theater As An Educational Tool
Parental Approaches To Partnering With Schools
Fathers Of Color As Single Parents In America
Social & Economic Development For Artists
A Black & Brown Guide To Navigating The American Social Mine Field
Black Studies For History Teachers
Theater Arts Methods For Business People
When planning your conference or event, having a keynote or featured presenter who is engaging, thought provoking, inspiring and energizing is crucial. Mwalim is a refreshing and departure from the typical speaker. Drawing on his background as a theater artist and academic, he has presented for a myriad of organizations, institutions and businesses including The Smithsonian, Harvard University, University of Maine, African Lodge 459/ Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, City College of New York, and University of North Carolina Chapell Hill.
Mwalim works with event and conference planners to either select or craft his presentation around any number of social, educational, cultural and artistic topics. For Booking & Info, Contact Page.
Creative Intellect: Music, Theater and Habit of Mind
Give Yourself Permission: A Message to the B- Students
…To Be… A History of Black Theater In America
Prince Hall and the Roots of Black Nationalism In America
Malcolm, Martin, Mandela, and Lumumba: A Taste of Black Power
Jazz, Funk & Folklore: The Native American Roots of African American Culture
Return of the Laughter Keepers: The Resurrection of the Wampanoag ‘Sacred Clown’ Tradition
Bronx Jazz: The Musical Foundation of Early Hip-Hop
Social & Economic Development for Artists
Urban Expressionism: The Artistic Love Child of the Black Arts Movement and Hip-Hop
iPops: How To Help Your Brown or Black Male Child Successfully Navigate 7-12th Grade
For Booking & Info, Visit Contact.
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