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nickciart.jpgAbout Me

New York City based writer, artist, educator Nick Sousanis is a doctoral candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University. Prior to his arrival in New York, he was heavily involved in Detroit’s arts community where among other things he co-founded thedetroiter.com, an arts and cultural web-magazine. From 2005 to 2007, he chaired the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit (CAID) and served as the founding director of the University of Michigan’s Work : Detroit Gallery. During his time in Detroit, he came to be the biographer of legendary Detroit artist Charles McGee, which is forthcoming from Wayne State University Press. He also taught public speaking and writing at Wayne State University. His educational comics can be seen at www.spinweaveandcut.com.

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