Nic Brown is an artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Australian artist Nic Brown works predominantly in painting, as well as installation and multimedia to explore notions of place, memory, longing and time.

Nic was awarded an Adelaide Central School of Art Internal Scholarship in 2007 and, majoring in Painting, she graduated with Honours in 2008.

Nic has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Adelaide and Melbourne at venues inlcuding SASA Gallery, UniSA; Palm House, Australian Forest and Francis Arbour, Adelaide Botanic Garden; Format Collective; FELTspace Pavilion, Next Wave Festival; SALA Moving Image, Queens Theatre; A Room of Her Own; Light Square Gallery, ACArts and Adelaide Central School of Art Studio and Central Galleries.

Nic has won prizes including the 2009 Kidman Art Prize for Watercolour, the SALife Emerging Artist Prize as part of the 2010 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival and the 2011 Saint Ignatius Emerging Artist Prize. In 2011 Nic was awarded a place in Museum Interventions, a masterclass with Dr Ruth Hadlow which involved developing ideas for contemporary art practice referencing the Hahndorf Academy collection.

In 2012 Nic was commissioned by Arts SA Public Art and Design Fund, Arts SA Independent Makers and Presenters and Adelaide City Council Arts and Living Culture Program for the development and presentation of her work in Adelaide Botanic Garden and SASA Gallery as part of the multi-venue SALA exhibition conversations in ellipsis, curated by Lisa Harms.

Nic is based in Adelaide, South Australia and works out of Fontanelle Studios.