Nancy Evelyn Andrews makes films, drawings, books and objects. She is currently working on her first feature film, The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes. The Museum of Modern Art has collected six of her films; her work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Bibliotheque Nationale and Franklin Furnace Archives. Andrews is a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow in filmmaking. The Museum of Modern Art, Pacific Film Archive, Anthology Film Archives, Flaherty Seminars, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Film on the Rocks- Thailand, and others have presented her work. She is featured in the 2013 deCordova Biennial on exhibit through April 13, 2014.She is currently participating in Artists in Context’s “Artists’ Prospectus for the Nation” in the category of health, where she and other artists are bringing their aesthetic modes of inquiry to real-world situations, showing the value of drawing on knowledge from other fields and moving beyond conventional modes of problem-solving. Andrews is on faculty at College of the Atlantic.