A prolific artist, Nancy is a frequent exhibitor in both solo shows and as a contributor to group exhibitions. She is delighted to welcome you to attend her public exhibitions!
Nancy’s current and recent past events are listed below; click on the titles for full details about each event. Click here to view Nancy’s complete exhibition history.
Artist Nancy Schwartz-Katz will give an Art Talk on her Hebrew letters portfolio, The Meaning Within the Letters / A Framework for Connection, currently on [...]
Opening reception with the artist: July 28, 5:30-8:00 p.m. Please contact the museum for ongoing exhibition hours. Nancy Schwartz-Katz’s 22 Hebrew letter portfolio explores the [...]
Opening reception: Thursday, March 10, 2022 5:30-8:00 p.m Please contact gallery for ongoing exhibition hours. The artworks in Slowhand are about the luxury of mindfulness [...]
Schwartz-Katz delves into the deeper meaning of the Hebrew alphabet in this new exhibit at Temple Tifereth Israel. Each letter holds much more than just a medium for writing text. The Hebrew alphabet gives greater insight on how to live, how to be and how to act — and not to forget ourselves in the process.
Paper cutting artist Nancy Schwartz-Katz makes one consider their own boundaries on contemporary social issues in BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES, her new exhibit at the Shaker Community Gallery (SCG).Co-curated by SCG co-founder Leslye Arian and SCG Board Member, Rev. Peter Faass, Rector, Christ Episcopal Church, the exhibit confronts viewers with iconographic choices through which to examine where their own personal border or societal borders are. BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES opens on November 28, 2018 and continues through January 5, 2019. For more information about the exhibit or about Shaker Community Gallery, please visit shakercommunitygallery.org.
Nancy's vibrant paper cut self-portrait is featured in The Artist's Trust, Liz Maugans' installation of 400 collected portraits of Cuyahoga County artists, on view at Gordon Square Arts Space. For more info, visit https://www.clevelandartsevents.com/event/artist-trust-of-cuyahoga-county-exhibit/.
Opening Reception April 13, 7:00 -9:00 pm The highly competitive BAYarts Annual Juried Exhibition invites entries from professional and amateur adult artists working in any [...]
Nancy Schwartz-Katz's vibrant paper cut self-portrait is featured as one of 400 self-portraits by Cuyahoga County artists in Liz Maugans' installation, The Artist's Trust: A Portrait of the Artist in Cuyahoga County for the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland exhibition, Constant as the Sun.
Influenced by graffiti and new technologies in animation and gaming, modern illustrators use their art to create stories about world issues, popular culture, even trends in daily life, challenging viewers to examine these issues from new perspectives PUBLIC CONSCIENCE showcases the work of more than a dozen Northeast Ohio artists. Nancy Schwartz-Katz's contributions include her intricate papercut, Distance and Time, and her renowned holographic film and LED light mobile, The DNA of Language. More info at heightsarts.org
This national, juried competition and exhibition is open to two-dimensional figurative work (referencing the human figure) by artists working in painting, drawing and printmaking. Nancy Schwartz Katz's piece, Teen Contemplation, inspired by her own children will be on display.
This exhibition features artwork created by alumni of the Parsons School of Design in a wide range of creative fields. Alumna Nancy Schwarz-Katz’s contribution is the intricate, six-layer papercut, Homeland/Promised Land, which was inspired by Ruth Calderon’s 2013 speech to the Israeli Knesset.
This 3rd annual regional, juried exhibition features the work of 55 artists in a variety of media representing the “Best of the Western Reserve”, including Nancy Schwartz-Katz's papercut, Duality of Slavery and Freedom in the Modern World. Nancy's piece explores how people in the modern world have had the freedom to invent and develop so many amazing things, but how, in the frenetic pace of the world in which we have created them, we have become slaves to them.