Levi Naidu-Mitchell is an artist whose practice centres around the Carnivalesque, its dynamism as an artistic medium and the plethora of ways in which it can be translated as a tool for positive elevation. Levi creates costumes for the Notting Hill Carnival and is also a Youth Work Project Co-Ordinator. She has combined her background in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and experience working with young people, to deliver vibrant, elevating and educational Carnival workshops to the communities that she frequents in.
Below are some of her credentials, please contact and request her CV for further information.
Delivering Carnival Craft/Educational workshops to young people – Awarded an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant for ‘Spirits of Play’ 29th March – 30th September 2019
Visiting Artist for Cubitt’s Institute of Anything & Central Saint Martins ‘Creative Tracks’ Art Summer School 2019 for 13-19 years olds August 2019
Co-ordinating and delivering Carnival craft activities for the Notting Hill Pioneers Festival August 2019
Studio Residency with Cubitt Education at Arts and Media School Islington January 2019 – present
Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins, Annual Carnival Lecture/Seminar: Pageant, Protest & Pleasure March 2017-2020
Erasmus Exchange in Antwerp, Belgium Saint Lucas College of Art and Design January - July 2015