Kamila Glowacki is a musician, visual artist, and museum educator based in Champaign, Illinois.
Kamila’s experience as a musician and visual artist in the Central Illinois DIY/punk music scene is at the core of her work in museum education and community engagement. From this multidisciplinary approach, she conceived and organized Art Remastered — an annual live music event in which local musicians perform creative responses to artworks on display at Krannert Art Museum. She holds a Master of Arts in Art Education from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and is the Interim Manager of Education at Krannert Art Museum. Kamila was named the Best Music Scene Ambassador of the Decade by Smile Politely in 2019 and awarded 40 North’s Student Arts, Culture, and Education Award in 2017.
Kamila’s indie pop band, Nectar, exists as her main songwriting outlet. Their debut album, Knocking at the Door, was released on Infinity Cat Recordings in 2018 and has been described as a mix of powerpop and 90s alternative likened to bands such as That Dog and Letters to Cleo. Nectar has toured the US and Canada and is currently working on their second full-length record while performing throughout the Midwest.
Kamila’s drawings, paintings, prints, and sculptures have been featured in venues such as the Polish Museum of America, Krannert Art Museum, and Indi Go Artist Co-Op. She is an experienced illustrator and designer of album artwork, T-shirts, posters, and various other merchandise for clients including Polyvinyl Records and Girls Rock! Champaign-Urbana.