“Nancy Mizuno Elliott exhibits in traditional and non-traditional public and private spaces throughout the United States and abroad. She has completed temporary and permanent public art projects for the cities of Oakland, San Francisco, Emeryville, and Castro Valley. She has created site-specific work in collaboration with other artists, high school students, teachers, librarians, incarcerated youth, recreation center visitors, fast food workers, museum patrons, hospitalized seniors, active seniors, and veterans.
She was also the Exhibitions Director of the Richmond Art Center and responsible for curating over twenty exhibitions per year. She is a tenured instructor at City College of San Francisco and directs the City College Art Gallery (which shows a wide range of artists, from current students to internationally recognized artists such as Chris Johanson and Barry McGee).
She received her Master of Fine Arts with Distinction from the University of Georgia and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Art from University of California at Berkeley.
Nancy Mizuno Elliott lives in Oakland.”