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Nick has had these five prints acquired by Verizon and they’re hanging in their office in Boston’s North End. Nick is represented professionally by ArtLifting.com and they made it happen and put these beautiful white borders around the prints. A big thank you to them, and a big thanks to all of you who have followed Nick’s career. Enjoy!!!!

Nick has had these five prints acquired by Verizon and they’re hanging in their office in Boston’s North End. Nick is represented professionally by ArtLifting.com and they made it happen and put these beautiful white borders around the prints. A big thank you to them, and a big thanks to all of you who have followed Nick’s career. Enjoy!!!!

The Harvard Crimson, ‘Macbeth’ Review: Shakespeare, Featuring Your Imagination:

"Listeners may expect the lack of visuals in “Macbeth” to be a hindrance, but it amplifies the effects of the sound in a way that seeing characters on stage (separate from the audience) cannot. Instead, the drama’s intermission, a virtual art gallery of pieces by Nick Morse, provides a visual experience. Morse’s colorful and emotive art encourages deliberation on the themes about human fallibility conveyed in the show. “Macbeth” puts audience members in the characters’ heads, allowing them to empathize while giving them agency over how to picture the narrative. This aligns with the psychological frame of the Psych Drama Company, which aims to use theatre to explore the human psyche and encourage reflection. This auditory production serves as a reminder that all listeners need to experience a stirring production is a pair of headphones and an imagination."

The Harvard Crimson, ‘Macbeth’ Review: Shakespeare, Featuring Your Imagination:

"Listeners may expect the lack of visuals in “Macbeth” to be a hindrance, but it amplifies the effects of the sound in a way that seeing characters on stage (separate from the audience) cannot. Instead, the drama’s intermission, a virtual art gallery of pieces by Nick Morse, provides a visual experience. Morse’s colorful and emotive art encourages deliberation on the themes about human fallibility conveyed in the show. “Macbeth” puts audience members in the characters’ heads, allowing them to empathize while giving them agency over how to picture the narrative. This aligns with the psychological frame of the Psych Drama Company, which aims to use theatre to explore the human psyche and encourage reflection. This auditory production serves as a reminder that all listeners need to experience a stirring production is a pair of headphones and an imagination."

Nick at the last Cambridge Open Studios with his mentor, Randy Wisgow, from the Cardinal Cushing Center.

Nick at the last Cambridge Open Studios with his mentor, Randy Wisgow, from the Cardinal Cushing Center.

Nick was honored with a story in the magazine of the Cardinal Cushing Center in Hanover, MA, where he lived for 10 years.

Nick Morse in motion at the Outside the Lines Studio, his art day program in Medford.

Nick Morse in motion at the Outside the Lines Studio, his art day program in Medford.

Nick and ArtLifting are featured in the UPROXX video and article below.