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Nancy Selvage received a BA in Art History from Wellesley College and an MFA in Sculpture from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University. Her artwork has been recognized and supported by numerous exhibitions, public art commissions, reviews, residencies, and awards (including two Artist Fellowships and New Works Commissions from the Massachusetts Cultural Council).

She exhibits her work at Boston Sculptors Gallery and in numerous national and international venues. Clients for large public art commissions include the City of Lowell, MA; Bristol Community College, Fall River, MA; City of Cambridge, MA; Keene State College, NH; the National Park Service, Grand Canyon, AZ; and the North Carolina Zoo, Ashboro, NC.

Nancy Selvage's educational career includes a long tenure as Director at the Ceramics Program at Harvard University and guest teaching at Massachusetts College of Art, Ewha University in Seoul, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; and Rhode Island School of Design. As an honorary professor at Tohoku University, Japan, she has contributed an art/science perspective to a variety of interdisciplinary, international conferences.