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A multidisciplinary artist, and self-described “mid-century modern,” Nancy studied Science and Education in the 70s, Architecture in the 80s, and Fine Arts in the 90s. A recipient of travel, research and production grants from the University of California, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the BC Arts Council, Nancy works across the disciplines of painting, drawing, digital media, photography, sculpture, video and installation. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.


For 20 years, Nancy taught at post secondary institutions, including Emily Carr University, Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, the last 17 as a full time instructor in the Fine Arts Dept. at KPU, teaching painting, drawing, upper year studio, special topics, cultural studies, and field schools abroad.  


Recently, Nancy, and her partner Linda Corrigan (Corrie), completed a video documentary installation, Aperture Aporia Afterimage, with and about her father, an RCAF WWII aerial photographer and reluctant soldier in the post war army of occupation.


Duff currently lives and works on the unceded Indigenous territories of the Musquiam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations (Vancouver, BC).

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