Visual Artist Jamila Walker

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Curious Nature Project


2019 - 20



Working in collaboration with Lovely Land, funded by The National Community Fund. A programme of visual art and community garden work for all ages,


The Curious Nature Project was a seasonal programme of nature-inspired activities and events. Designed to create opportunities for the local community to engage with their shared green spaces, and access a connection with nature right on their doorstep.


Myself and Lovelyland wored in partnershio, to create a varied programme of creative, accessible, explorative actitives, for specific groups and ages, inc yoga, print making & more. The events & activities, celebrate our outdoor spaces and engage with local community, inclusively.


CNP logo designed by me along with all the illustrative work plus photography.

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ShapeShift Elixir Arts

June - Nov 2020


Arts and Wellbeing

Funded by Shropshire Council Arts


Multi-sensory arts & wellbeing sessions to participants.


Devised & Delivered by visual artist Jamila Walker &

qualified yoga teacher & artist Emily Wilkinson.


Resources - PDF Audio tracks featuring music, creative exercises & meditations.


Our aim is to help people connect with their natural creativity, feel good about themselves & improve wellbeing (physically, mentally & emotionally) whilst having fun.


As well as giving participants a physical and creative experience, we aim to create a digital toolkit & creative resources for positive body awareness so that everyone we work with contributes to something of longer term value.


“The arts provide a route to better health and wellbeing while health

provides a route to the arts that can help to overcome persistent inequalities of access.”

Creative Health Inquiry Report 2017. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health & Wellbeing


The empowering nature of these sessions could be beneficial to those that engage with films/audio/PDFS, as well as adults/familes who are experiencing unemployment, mental health issues, body image issues, or other factors which may make people vulnerable.


Within a body positive & creative space, we aim to build self esteemand spark inspiration whatever participants’ circumstances may be.



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