Naomi O’Reilly is a Brisbane based curator, writer and interdisciplinary artist.
They are currently the Co-Director of The Laundry Artspace, East Brisbane, Editor for The Laundry Press and a tutor at Griffith University.
O’Reilly completed a Bachelor of Fine Art with Class 1 Honours in 2015 at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. In 2014 they completed their Bachelor of Fine Art at QCA, majoring in Sculpture with a dual specialisation in Art Theory and Photography and was awarded the University Medal in Fine Art for outstanding academic achievement and the Godfrey Rivers Medal for outstanding achievement in studio practice. Prior to QCA, O’Reilly studied the International Baccalaureate at the Queensland Academy of Creative Industries.
From 2015 to 2016 O’Reilly was the Publications Designer at Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research (GCCAR). In 2013 O’Reilly completed a 15 month internship with the Ryan Renshaw Gallery. They have since been involved in volunteer work at various other galleries around Brisbane. O’Reilly is an active participant in the Brisbane arts scene – exhibiting regularly, curating for The Laundry Artspace and writing and designing exhibition catalogues, essays and reviews for various galleries and institutions.