Nancy Floyd

Cypress College Photographic Gallery, Cypress, CA. "Stopping Power." 20 photographs. March 6 - April 7, 1995.
Da Vinci Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. "Gun Studies." 26 photographs. October 10 - 29, 1994. Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, CA. "A Legacy of Choices in a Technological Era." 33 photographs. February 25 - April 2, 1993.
Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA. "Nuclear Families." 15 photographs. February 15 - March 20, 1993.
Orange County Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Ana, CA. "Texas Tales of an American Family." Mixed Media Installation. August 15 - September 11, 1992.

Moreau Galleries, Notre Dame, IN. "Women Facing Fear." 5 photographs. November 10 - December 8, 1995.
Gallery 400, Chicago, IL. "Arresting Images." 2 photographs. August 21 - September 30,1995.
1203 Art Space, San Antonio, TX. "Redefining Legacies." 5 photographs. January 15 - February 11, 1995.
Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston, TX. "Image as Issue." 19 photographs. September 8 - October 15, 1994.
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. "Underexposed." 3 photographs. July 19 - August 21, 1994.
Abc No Rio, New York, NY. "No More Nice Girls." 2 photographs. March 4 - April 1, 1994.
Orange County Center For Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA. "Baking Cookies." 2 photographs. January 5 - February 4, 1994.
Orange County Center For Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA. "At the End of the 20th Century: Values?" 5 photographs. November 24 - December 24, 1993.
II International Radiation Victims Conference, Berlin, Germany. "The Atomic Photographers Guild." 10 photographs. September 20 - 25, 1992.
Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio. "A Different War: Vietnam in Art." 12 pieces, mixed media installation. March 24 - May 26, 1992.
Hampshire College Gallery, Amherst, MA. "James M. Floyd Memorial." 10 pieces, mixed media installation. March 2 - 30, 1992.
Gallery 400, Chicago, IL. "Disorient: Perspectives on Colonialism." Granite Piece. February 12 - March 6, 1992.
Stadtgalerie Saarbrucken, Saarbrucken, Germany. "The Atomic Photographers Guild." 15 photographs. January 31 - March 1, 1992.
Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, "A Different War: Vietnam in Art." January 13 - February 23, 1992.

Summer Stipend Award, California State University, Long Beach, CA. 1996.
Funding for one month's work in Los Angeles, interviewing and photographing women gun owners. Technicolor Inc. Scholarship, Valencia, CA. 1986-87.
Scholarship to attend the California Institute of the Arts. Ahmanson Scholarship, Valencia, CA. 1985-86.
Scholarship to attend the California Institute of the Arts. Albert P. Weisman Scholarship, Chicago, IL. 1985.
Half funding for photographic project "Deconstructing Dynasty". Albert P. Weisman Scholarship, Chicago, IL. 1984.
Half funding for photographic project "Night Spots".

Tengo Casi 500 Anos African Heritage in Mexico, Central and South America, California State University, Long Beach. April 26 - May 20, 1996.
In Our Sights: Artists Look as Guns, California Museum of Photography. March 9 - June 2, 1996
Women in Action: Artistic Evidence, California State University Long Beach Art Museum. March 25 - April 21, 1996

"The Personal Legacy: The Healing of a Nation." Art Paper, Volume 12, No. 3, February 1993, p. 16.

Instructor, California State University Long Beach Instructor, Orange Coast College

California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. Master of Fine Arts, (art/photography) 1987
Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, IL. Master of Arts, (photography) 1985
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Bachelor of Fine Arts, (studio art) 1982

Western Social Sciences Conference, 1996.Reno, NV.
The Society For Photographic Education, National Conference, 1996.Los Angeles, CA.
Occidental College, 1995. Los Angeles, CA.
Cypress College, 1995. Cypress, CA.
The Society For Photographic Education, Western Regional Conference, 1994.Monterey, CA.
Costa Mesa Art League, 1993. Costa Mesa, CA.
Montgomery Art Gallery, November 14, 1991 Claremont, CA
California State University Long Beach, 1990. Long Beach, CA.
Orange Coast College, 1990. Costa Mesa, CA.
The Society For Photographic Education, National Conference, 1990. Santa Fe, NM.
California State University Long Beach, 1989. Long Beach, CA.
The Eye Gallery, 1988. San Francisco, CA.

Del Tredici, Robert and Kunze, Albert. Bombensicher: Atomic Photographers Guild, Published in Germany, 1991.
Spiegel, Judith. "Towards a Redefinition of Quality." Southern California Women's Caucus for Art Journal, Summer 1991, pp. 1 - 2.
Floyd, Nancy. "Nuclear Families." Framework, Spring 1991.
Goin, Peter. "The Nuclear Survey." Center Quarterly, #45, pp. 4-10.
Floyd, Nancy. "Nuclear Families." Public Culture, Fall 1990, pp. 144- 153.
Lippard, Lucy R. A Different War: Vietnam in Art, The Real Comit Press, 1990, p. 105.
Raczka, Robert. Re: Presentation-Conception/Perception, Fullerton Museum Center and Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, 1988, pg. 9.
Reynolds, Jock. War and Memory: In the Aftermath of Vietnam, Washington Project for the Arts, 1987, p. 11.
Bloom, John and Finley, Jeanne C. The Magic Lantern, San Francisco Camerawork,1986, pp. 24 -27.

Kort, Michel. KNPC Radio, Los Angeles, CA. 24 March 1991.
Kleiner, Lydia. "Vietnam Art." National Public Radio, Washington, DC. 18 October 1987.

Camper, Fred "Taking Aim at Weapons." The Reader, 15 September 1995, Sec. 1, p. 34.
Kugelman, Kerry Artweek, May 1995, p. 25.
Dubin, Jan "Stand By Your Gun." Los Angeles Times, 3 April 1995, Sec. F, p. 2.
Knaff, Devorah "The Good, the Bad, the Guns." The Orange County Register, 24 March 1995,
Show, p. 67.
Davis, R. Eri "Image as Issue at Issue." Artlies, October/November 1994, p. 6.
Wilson, William "Underexposed: Some Gems in the Rough." Los Angeles Times, 6 August 1994,
Sec. F, p. 4.
Curtis, Cathy "Millennium's End Through a Lens, Darkly." Los Angeles Times, 7 December 1993, Sec. F, p. 2.
Raczka, Robert "Irradiating Suburbia." Afterimage, May 1993, pp. 15-16.
Pagel, David "The Nuclear Nexus." Los Angeles Times, 4 March 1993, Sec. F, p. 5.
Dubin, Zan "Art Show Uses Space Seriously." Los Angeles Times, 14 August 1992, Sec. F, p. 22. Rugoff, Ralph "Art and War: Taking Vietnam Personally." LA Weekly, April 12 - 18, 1991,
pp. 33-34.
Sullivan, Meg "Arts Tour of Duty." Los Angeles Daily News, 23 March 1991, pp. 4-5.
Auer, James "Artists Pull No Punches In Showing How They Felt About Vietnam War." The
Milwaukee Journal, 13 January 1991.
Conniff, Gregory "A Different War." Art Muscle, January 1991, p. 37.
Carlock, Marty "Remembering the Vietnam War Through Art." Wayland/Weston Town Crier,
1 March 1990, p. 27.
The Boston Globe 20 February 1990, p. 48.
Glowen, Ron "A Different War: Battlegrounds in the Mind." Artweek, 9 September 1989, p. 1. Harris, John "A War Remembered in Art." The Bellingham Herald, 16 August 1989, Sec. C,
p. 1-2.
O'Connell, Kathy "Remembrance of That War." Middletown Press, 2 February 1987.
McGee, Mike "Blowing Up the Definition of Photography." The Orange County Register,
21 October 1988, Sec. P5, p. 1.
Turner, Craig "Artists Bring Photos Into a 3rd Dimension." Daily Titan, 21 October 1988,
Weekend Sec., p. 7.
Silberman, Rob "The Art of War: Vietnam Terminable and Interminable." Afterimage,
September 1988, pp. 10-13.
Tuchman, Laura J. "Through a Lens Brightly." The Orange County Register, 31 July, 1988, Sec. L,
pp. 3-6.
McWilliams, Martha "The Nostalgia For War." New Art Examiner, February 1988, pp. 26-31. Barnard, Rob "The Denial of Experience." New Art Examiner, February 1988, pp. 26 - 27 & 31. Hess, Elizabeth "Carnage Knowledge." Village Voice, 27 October 1987, pp. 107-108.
Hackett, Regina "Vietnam War Art Succeeds Where Politics Failed in D.C."
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12 October 1987, Sec. C1 - C2.
Allen, Henry "Vietnam: The Modern War in Art and Memory." The Washington Post,
4 October 1987, Sec. F1 - F5.
Smith, Tom "Comprehensive Exhibit Shows the Many Sides of Vietnam." The Washington
Times, 24 September 1987, p.5.
McManus, Michael "An Anxious Space." Artweek, 25 April 1987, p. 4.
Williams, Richard "Vietnam Memorial Offered." The League City News, 17 December 1986,
Sec. 1, p. 4.
Jacobs, Tom "Remembering a Brother: War Victim's Sister Creates Unique Memorial."
The Citizen, 14 December 1986, Sec. 1, p. 1.
Grover, Jan "Making Light." Artweek, 25 October 1986, pp. 11 -12.
Mall, Janice "Men Send Mixed Signal on Attitudes." Los Angeles Times, 27 April 1986,
Sec. 6, p. 1.