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Nancy Popper is a printmaker living in Cambridge, MA. She earned an undergraduate degree from Bard College, and a graduate degree from Mass College of Art, as well as a certificate in printmaking from the Institute d'Arte in Venice, Italy. Her prints have appeared as illustrations in several publications, including the New Yorker Magazine and the Boston Globe Magazine. She has exhibited locally, most recently at the Arsenal Arts Center in Watertown, and 13FOREST Gallery in East Arlington, as well as in New York and Japan. Her work hangs in numerous private and public collections, including City Hall in Kanazawa, Japan, and the Office of Cultural Affairs in Boston City Hall.  During the 2006-2007 school year she was Artist in Residence at the Graham and Parks School in Cambridge, MA