WBUR Interview with Nancy About "Make Way for Nancy" November 26, 2017 Greg Cook interviews Nancy in detail about her book and thoughts on a life in art. Read the article.
Karen Cord Taylor on Public Sculpture October 24, 2017 In the Beacon Hill Times, Karen Cord Taylor reviews what makes good public art, with a nice nod to Nancy's ducklings in the Boston Public Garden Read the article.
Boston Globe Notes "Make Way for Nancy October 13, 2017 The Boston Globe noted Nancy's new book in their Literary News section, with a photo of Nancy creating the hare from Copley Square. Read the article.
Friends of the Public Garden on the Ducklings 30th October 7, 2017 The Friends of the Boston Public Garden published a good retrospective of the duckling sculpture story (including a mention of the Moscow "sibling" sculpture). Read the article.
WBUR on the Moscow Duckling "Sister" Sculpture. March 31, 2017 Bob Schaffer's report illustrates an important story from Nancy's book, "Make Way for Nancy". Listen to the story.
Nancy's "Skateboard Paradise" Opens December 24, 2015 WCVB reports on the park opening; Renata von Tscharner talks about the project. Watch the video.
Nancy Interviewed on New England Cable News August 10, 2008 Nancy talks about her life as a sculptor. Watch the video.
Charles River Parklands Interview with Nancy December 17, 2007 Nancy talks with Rentata von Tcharner about the planned skatepark. Watch the video
The Ducklings turn 20 Years Old September 29, 2007 The Make Way for Duckling sculpture in the Boston Publc Garden turned 20 years old, with a birthday celebration attended by hundreds of families, as well as the Mayor Tom Menino and Sally McCloskey, daughter of Make Way for Duckling author Robert McCloskey. Click here for a gallery of birthday photographs.
Nancy as the Skateboading Grandmother June 10, 2006 Nancy was interviewed about her initiative to develop a world class skatepark under the Zakim bridge in Cambridge. Watch the video.
The Charles River Skatepark Overview May 10, 2006 The Charles River Conservancy produced this video to tell the story of the Charles River Skatepark. Watch the video.