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Jemima Hall is an artist, forager and educator of ancestral skills based in Scotland where she provides her foraging and Wild Craft workshops. She encourages people of all ages to reconnect to their natural surroundings through art, craft and play whilst being educated on local plants, wild foods and elements of bushcraft.

Within her art practice Jemima enters Scotland’s remotest landscapes to study the ethnobotanical uses of the natural materials present. She explores natural building techniques through experimental and experiential architecture. 

She is currently working with seaweeds because of their changing textures and their incandescent and translucent qualities. Jemima's work exists through sculpture, visual poetry and performative art. Drawing and writing equally play an important role in her art practice.


In developing her art practice Jemima has undertaken several self-funded expeditions to Scotland’s remote landscapes. In March 2023 Jemima returned from the uninhabited Shiant Isles where she had spent thirty-three days of winter in solitude. In March 2022, the year prior, Jemima spent twenty-six days in solitude on the remote island of Gometra. Jemima has spent extended periods of time on the Isle of Lewis and Harris, the remote island of Mingulay, the Isle of Skye, and is currently based on the Isle of Mull.

It is in a depth of presence with the natural landscapes and seascapes, that she experiences their natural materials through all of their differing forms, studying their colours, textures and strengths through all of her senses. By living within these landscapes she learns about ourselves as humans, about tradition, ingenuity and survival.

Please get in contact if you would like to know any more about Jemima and her art practice, or if you are interested in any workshops or collaborative work.


Tel: +447340491841


Watch Seaweed Shelter/Fasgadh Feamad on Vimeo!

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2024 - Mingulay National Trust Scotland volunteering with the Seabird Ranger

2024 - Self-funded research expedition, the Shiant Islands, February-March
33 days of solitude researching the uses of seaweeds in experimental building

2023 - Artist talk, workshop and visiting tutor - Fine Art, Oxford Brookes University, February 

Two day visit to Oxford Brookes University to run a workshop for the first year Fine Art course, as well as an artist talk and series of tutorials for the Fine Art department 

2022 - Short film by Enrique Tarazona 

3.54 minute short film on Jemima Hall's art practice by film maker Enrique Tarazona
Music design by Paul Musek

Click here to watch.

2022 - VACMA award 
Visual Artist and Craft Makers Award, Scotland

2018 - Docwerk short documentary December 2018

A short 5 minute documentary on my art practice made by Docwerk film maker Linnet Deen, shown on the national Dutch TV channel NPRO2Extra on 18.12.18 

Screened at Docwerk Filmzappen 23.01.19 and DOCfeed 23.02.19

Click here to watch.

2017 - The Batsford Prize 
Fine Art and Applied Art Category
Entry of my sculptural installation, ‘Temporality’ under the theme ‘Interpreting nature’

2017 - The Cass Art Bursary 
Entry of my sculptural installation, ‘Temporality’


28.06.24 - 09.07.24
Group Exhibition - Creative by Nature, Foundry Films - The Alchemy Experiment, Glasgow

Exhibiting two films: Seaweed Shelter/Fasgadh Feamad, and Seaweed Shelter no.2

10.02.24 - 04.04.24
Solo Exhibition at Grinneabhat Arts, North Bragar
Exhibiting work made on Jemima's solo Shiant Islands Expedition, Winter 2023
An exhibition of film, photography, drawings, writing and sculpture

2.11.20 - 16.11.20

Knockvologan Studies artist in resident, Isle of Mull

Leading a conversation and workshop for 20 locals on 15th Nov


June - July 2020        

Off Grid Kids, Nature-art summer sessions

Leading 8 weeks of weekly themed art classes, children aged 5 - 11


Out of the Blue Makers Marque, Edinburgh

Free soil painting workshops 12-5pm

20.02.20 - 08.03.20

She Performs: The Body 'An exhibition of contemporary women artists'

Exhibiting 'Womb Exploring'

24.05.19 - 09.06.19

MUD workshops at Fringe Arts Bath with Emma Stevens

Leading two weeks of free workshops sculpting and painting with mud and pigmented soils for people of all ages at the ICE Space Bath

Two weeks of live art, sculpting and painting with mud in the Walcot Chapel


Fine Art Degree Show, 'Hoi Polloi', Oxford Brookes University

Exhibiting 'Roots', a photographic, performative and sculptural installation


Fine Art Second Year Show, ‘Situate’, Oxford Brookes University               

Exhibiting fourteen sculptures of my piece ‘Temporality’


‘Hatched’, International Women’s Day, North Wall Gallery, Oxford             

Collaborative live performance with Magali Esberg, ‘It (’s a girl)’


CARU 3rd Anniversary Event, OVADA gallery, Oxford                             

Collaborative live performance with Peta Lloyd of ‘This Side Up’



Fine Art First Year Show, ‘JAM’, Oxford Brookes University                     

Exhibiting my recorded performance of ‘Set Free’


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