Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Underground, curated by Miriam Williamson, at The Slab, Blackheath. Using geology as a tool for inspiration and source material, the artists tap into current and cultural discussions referencing their world heritage region, including mining of resources, environmental systems, human impact and the history of fossicking and collections of minerals. 6 February - 29 April.

image: Vicky Browne, After the Gold Rush, 2021, polymer clay with gold lacquer

Vicky Browne has collaborated with Simon Reece for CERAMIX, at Manly Art Gallery & Museum. CERAMIX is an exhibition in which ceramic artists worked in collaboration with invited artists of their choice (working in other mediums) to create new work. Until 20 June 2021.

image: Vicky Browne and Simon Reece, Sound Boxes (detail), 2021, mixed media, dimensions variable. Photo by Silversalt

Vicky Browne is a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, on view at Campbelltown Arts Centre until 11 December.

image: Vicky Browne, Rules of Engagement, 2020, mixed media, dimensions variable.

Vicky Browne is included in The Gymnasium, the debut exhibition on main campus at The University of Sydney. Curated by Liam Garstang, the presentation pays tribute to the site’s former function as a gymnasium and brings together a varied group of artists connected by their shared history as SCA Alumni. 3 – 29 August, SCA Gallery, Old Teachers College, Manning Road, The University of Sydney.

Vicky Browne features in Caleb Kelly’s ‘Tangible/Intangible: The Sound of Sculpture’, the new issue in the STATEMENTS essay series commissioned by The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. The publication looks at sculptural practices that employ sound as a medium and includes examples from a diverse range of international artists.

Photo: Felipe Olivares

Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Materials, Sounds + Black Mountain College, at Black Mountain College Museum, Asheville, North Carolina, 7 June – 31 August 2019.