Eugene Howard works across various mediums looking into ideas around care, custodianship and place. Most recently Eugene used a garden as both a site for art making and a broader methodology to inform creative practice.

Eugene's ongoing works include open air watercolour painting projects looking at specific sites across Victoria and video documentation archiving collaborative projects.

This practice is being expanded to include the development and management of residency programs in Victoria, in a partnership with artist Kate Hill through Residency Projects, the organisation they founded in 2017. Both artists are based in Melbourne and share an interest in creating conversation between diverse 

communities through creative practice and engaging in transdisciplinary exchange, with a focus on place, ecology and human intersections. (See Residency Projects here)

Currently Eugene sits on the Testing Grounds Advisory Committee (The Projects/Creative Victoria), and Nillumbik Council's Arts and Cultural Development Advisory Panel.