About Nature Inside

Welcome to Nature Inside, a project spanning 2023 and commissioned by GOSH Arts, which has led to the creation of a set of fun and accessible activities for young people and families, focused on movement, art and nature. The activities were created with children and young people from Great Ormond Street Hospital and Argyle Primary School, Camden.

Through a series of creative workshops with the children and youth people at the hospital and school in early 2023, we gathered stories and memories of nature, and developed movement ideas together which informed a set of dance films filmed in different wild and natural locations. The content of the films responded to the young people’s connections with wild spaces, interpreting their real and imagined experiences – and their movement vocabulary. We’re very proud of the films and activities that were created from these sessions, and we invite you to explore them on our adventure map.

Nature Inside was commissioned by GOSH Arts (the arts programme at Great Ormond Street Hospital) and is publicly funded by Arts Council England, with support from South Downs National Park Authority and South East Dance.

GOSH Arts is the award-winning arts and cultural programme at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. Their public art commissions, exhibitions, collection and participatory programme improve the wellbeing and hospital experience for patients, families and staff. GOSH Arts is funded by the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

Nature Inside was created by the imaginations of the children and young people at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the imprint team: Anne Colvin, Matthew Bartram, Emily James-Farley, Kira Brown, Charlie Hendren, Anna Smith and Tom Cook.


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