GMWW Workshop – K&K Mime

4th Annual Gospel Mime Worldwide Workshop!  Come and learn from the fathers of Gospel Mime – K&K Mime, They have been miming for over 26 years and want to take the time to share the secrets of their success with you. 

What is GMWW?:

In order to give a clear and concise understanding of GMWW, it would first be necessary to define the various components that make up the acronym.  Following these brief definitions you will have the opportunity to review the purpose and plan of GMWW.  By the conclusion of this briefing, you will definitely know exactly what GMWW is, but most of all, we hope that you will be encouraged and ignited to explore the options of future networking.  A network is simply defined in the American Heritage Dictionary as an extended group of people with similar interests or concerns that interact and remain in informal contact for mutual assistance or support.

Gospel:
Gospel is defined as “good news”.  We are bringing the Christian message about the life and sacrificial death of Jesus Christ that brings salvation to all who believe.  The ministry of the arts is the gospel brought to life.

Mime:
Mime is the art of portraying characters and acting out situations or a narrative by gestures and body movement without the use of words. Mime has been popularized using the backdrop of gospel music.  As a result of this combination, gospel mime was birthed.  Gospel mime is a detailed expression of the body (usually before an audience) that when mastered, transforms intangible, untouchable song lyrics and even inconceivable ideas, inner struggles and prayerful utterances into a visually and realistically conceivable and almost tangible form.  Mime has become interpretive dance filled with pantomimic imagery.

Worldwide:
Worldwide is defines as affecting or found throughout the entire world.  The scope of this endeavor goes beyond the United States to places such as Canada, Japan, Jamaica, Africa and many other countries and islands.

Workshop:
A workshop is a group of people working on a creative project, discussing a topic, or studying a subject.  Workshops provide an excellent opportunity to equip and train artists and church leaders for effective creativity in ministry.  The focus of workshops is to help the general body of Christ gain a better understanding of the purpose that creative arts accomplishes in the kingdom of God.

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