Camilla Eustance (she/they) is a Naarm-based artist. 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 NOIR Darkroom (2020), Counihan Gallery Brunswick (2021), Low Key Bar (2022), Schoolhouse Studios (2022), Platform Arts Geelong (2023), 380.c0 (2023), Side Gate (2023) and RMIT Witness night (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. In March 2023, Camilla completed a mural for Palomino Bar in Brunswick and in July, a larger exterior mural for Philip Lobley Wines. They are an alumni member ofPink Ember Studio Collective and are currently undertaking a Master of Fine Art at RMIT University. 
You can see more at @camillaeustance__ 
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