Cameron Hurst is a writer, editor, and art historian based in London.

Contact: cameronhurst38 [at]


Cameron is a founding editor of email newsletter The Paris End, a contributing editor of art criticism publication Memo Review, and a contributing editor of peer-reviewed art history publication Index Journal. 

She leads a research project on the early twentieth century Australian artist Norman Lindsay. Outputs include an exhibition of the University of Melbourne's Lindsay collection and an edited collection of new essays, Venus in Tullamarine: Art, Sex, Politics, and Norman Lindsay (Index Books, 2023).

Cameron has taught art history and cultural studies subjects to undergraduate students across the University of Melbourne and Monash University. 

In 2023/24, she is undertaking an MA in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.


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