Camilla Eustance (she/they) is a Naarm-based writer, illustrator, artist and musician. Her artwork and written pieces have been published in various online and print publications including Going Down Swinging, Voiceworks, The Suburban Review, n-SCRIBE and Art/Edit. She has had commissions from clients such as The University of Melbourne, Vanity Projects, CHOP! Band, RedSea Pictures, The Royal Childrens’ Hospital Foundation and Palomino Bar. In 2018, she was a graphic designer at the Australian Football League (AFL). From 2016-18, she was also the Arts Editor for The Suburban Review. Camilla has exhibited in multiple spaces including The 1897 Window Gallery (2016), Laundry Bar (2016), Carolina Cafe & Bar (2018), Melbourne Polytechnic’s Illustre (2018), NOIR Darkroom (2020), Counihan Gallery Brunswick (2021), Low Key Bar (2022), Schoolhouse Studios (2022) & Platform Arts Geelong (2023). In June 2020, she completed a public art installation for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation as part of the 150 Years Public Art Trail. In December 2020, she curated a group show of which she was the lead artist at NOIR Darkroom, entitled @ home in the internet. You can watch one of her key pieces from the exhibition here. She is currently a member of Pink Ember Studio Collective and just embarked on an MFA at RMIT University.
You can see more at @camillaeustance__