Curriculum Vitae

Self-taught collage artist, storyteller and writer who appreciates all things Black, Southern, and imaginative.


I am an admirer of revelations and evocative thoughts. My work is inspired by my upbringing and ancestral stories passed down to me by the adults in my life. My visual art centers and celebrates Blackness from the fields of rural America to the stars in the night sky. My performance invites you to ponder the significance of lived experiences and my writing gives you a glimpse of my innermost thoughts.


BA, Women’s & Gender Studies, Mercer University (2015)

Certificate, Public & Nonprofit Management, Georgia Southern University (2017)

MPA, Nonprofit Administration, Georgia Southern University (2019)


The Lavandula Project
2020, Marketing commission, Our Mother’s Garden, 15×15 analogue paper collage

Farming & Other F Words
2021, Marketing commission, Celestial Harvest, 20×20 analogue collage on canvas

Acres of Ancestry
2022, Catalogue Cover, 24×30 analogue collage on canvas


2019, Solo, Rosengart Gallery, Statesboro, GA

To Be Black & Female by Amber C. Coleman
2017, Group, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

MMFA Biennial Art Auction
2018, Group, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL

Scintilla Art Box Project
2020, Group, Jackson Disdale Art Center, Hastings College, Hastings, NE

FAAA Members Small Works Exhibition
2020, Group, Jepson Center, Savannah, GA

2021, Group, Kennedy Fine Arts Center, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA

“Portrait” Art Exhibition
2021, Group, Virtual, ART Room Contemporary Online Gallery,

Allegories, Renditions and a Small Nation of Women Exhibition
2021, Group, Sarah G. Smith Gallery, Yale Divinity School,

2022, Group, Kennedy Fine Arts Center, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA

Vessels: Things We Carry
2022, Group, Savannah Cultural Arts Center Gallery, Savannah, GA

Atmospheric Perspective
2022, Group, Intersect Art Gallery, St. Louis, MO,

2023, Group, Averitt Center for the Arts, Statesboro, GA,

But some of us are Brave
2023, Group, Savannah Cultural Arts Center, Savannah, GA

Binya: Faces ob de Gullah Geechee
2023, Group, Coastal Discovery Museum, Hilton Head, SC


O, the Oprah Magazine (2017)
Illustrator commission, A Family Portrait, analogue collage

Geez Magazine: Songs for Shadows (2021)

Black Collagists: The Book (2021)

Bitter Southerner Magazine (2022)

Garden & Gun Magazine (2021-present)

“birthmarks. Poems. English | German” by Precious Chiebonam Nnebedum (2022)


Dear Artists with Anxiety
2021, Virtual, Instagram: @dearartists

On::View Artist-in-Residence
2023, Sulfur Studios, Savannah, GA:

Talks & Features

H.E.R. Campus Women’s Empowerment Conference
2019, Georgia Southern University

You Had Me At Black Podcast
2020, Season 7 Episode 6, At the House Series:

Big Team Farms
2021, “Fighting with Friends about Carbon (and action items for people who pre-ordered!):

Women in the Arts Symposium
2022, Georgia Southern University, “Pieces of Us: How Collage Can Build a Mosaic from a Fragmented History”:

UKnowAdamTsang Podcast
2022, Art & Expression in Entrepreneurship:

Shades of Strong Podcast
2023, Nancey B. Price Doesn’t Identify as a Strong Black Woman:

Hoodoo Plant Mamas Podcast
2023, Dreaming In Color with Nancey B. Price:


Diary of a Young Black Author in Need of a Hug
2015- Present


Dreaming In Color with Nancey B. Price


Savannah Morning News: Nancey B. Price is ‘making space’ with her identity workshop for ARTS Southeast

Connect Savannah: WATER AND STORIES: Nancey B. Price

BlackJoy at Reckon: The Pieces of Me: Black collage artists on what their work means to them

Wilder Collage: Nance B. Price Interview

Connect Savannah: 5 Questions with Nancey B. Price

Shoutout Atlanta: Meet Nancey B Price: Collage Artist & Storyteller

Voyage ATL: Meet Nancey B. Price

Mercer Memories: Mercer Memories: Nancey Price, CLA ’15

Reflector Magazine: Pads, Paper, & Nancey Price

GS News: Georgia Southern staff member finds passion in collage art, hosts first gallery show

GS News: Student’s artwork commissioned by Oprah’s O Magazine

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