Nancy Stalnaker Bundy (formerly Norwood) is a Minneapolis based artist, photographer and teacher. Her photographs and video art work have been exhibited nationally in group exhibitions including the Museum of Modern Art, American Film Institute, the Albright Knox Art Gallery, SE Center for Photography and the New York Center for Photographic Art. She has received numerous grants and awards for her work.
For over 25 years, she contributed to the field of media arts education through her teaching, writing curriculum, conference presentations and committee work. She was honored with the two highest awards in visual arts education nationally for her work in cinematic arts and photography: the 2008 Coca Cola Distinguished Teacher in the Arts Award from Young Arts in Miami and the 2009 Teacher Portfolio Award at Carnegie Hall in New York City. She was also a recipient of a Surdna Artist Teacher Fellowship.
Three years ago, she left her full-time teaching position to pursue her personal work in photography. She holds an MFA from State University of New York through the Visual Studies Workshop Program and a BFA from the Memphis College of Art.
Nancy Stalnaker Bundy was the recipient of a 2018 Artist Initiative Grant awarded by the Minnesota State Arts Board.