Stella Walker is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto: visual artist, singer, comedian, songwriter, performer, writer, director, producer, and teacher.
Stella is a prolific painter; her artwork is widely collected.
Her work as a writer and performer has been broadcast nationally on the CBC, CTV, Comedy Network, WTN, and Bravo!
Her one-woman play “The Goddess of Oddness Investigates the Science of Romance” was directed by Andy Jones in St. John’s Newfoundland. “Stellavision – The 3-D World of Stella Walker”, premiered at The Second City Toronto, and remote Keno City, Yukon for their 2019 centennial.
Before moving to Toronto, Stella sang in the Vancouver Opera Chorus. She sings in many languages and is a respected voice coach. Stella worked as a concert artist in Jewish music, sang in synagogues in professional choirs, and led services as a cantor in training.
In Vancouver, Saskatoon and Toronto, Stella studied the Cree language. She became an Elder’s helper and substitute teacher of Cree and participated in the pilot Artist Educator Foundations Course – an Indigenous perspective on arts education – hosted by Debajehmujig Theatre Group, Manitoulin Island.
Stella is writing a comic memoir about her early years in Western Canada.