Since her arrival at the University of Texas at Arlington, Nancy Palmeri has received several international honors for her prints. In 2001, she received a fellowship for her recent work at the Frans Masereel Graphic Arts Center in Kasterlee, Belgium. Palmeri was awarded a Bogliasco Foundation Fellowship to live and work in Genoa, Italy in 1998. She has presented at the Southern Graphics Council Conference numerous times, and exhibited and presented her work at the 2003 conference in Boston, MA. Professor Palmeri has lectured and demonstrated her printmaking techniques at colleges and universities nationally at Washington University, St. Louis, Pratt Institute of Art, New York, Louisiana State University, Cornell University, The Pratt Institute of Art, University of Kansas, and Boston University. Palmeri has had solo exhibitions of her work in New York, Boston, Louisiana, Texas, Italy, Chicago, and Virginia. Her prints were included in Color Print USA, Lubbock, TX, and Global Matrix International Print Exhibition, Perdue University Art Gallery and in the upcoming Frans Masereel Graphic Art Center's Jubilee Exhibition, Belgium. She has also curated three exhibitions in the Gallery at UTA on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington, "Pervasive Impressions: Contemporary Political Prints," and "Foundations: Mechanics and Instinct and Anthropology in Print." In 2006/2007, Professor Palmeri presented lectures at the MidAmerican Print Council Conference and the Southern Graphics Council Conference. She recently exhibited her work in Dallas, TX, Athens, OH, Kansas City, MO, Murray, KY, and Morris, MN.
Palmeri's prints are in the collections of the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, The Royal Museum of Fine Art, Antwerp, Belgium, The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE, The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA, The Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NY, the Instituto per la Cultura e l'arte, Catania, Italy, the UCLA Grunwald Center for Graphic Arts, The University of Miami, and the Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan.