- Featured in the Los Angeles Times
- Featured performer at the National Black Theatre Festival
- Featured in VICE News
Nick Courmon is an international poet and spoken word artist from Greensboro, North Carolina. Nick uses his art to teach African American history, address a myriad of social issues, and to advocate for mental health awareness. Nick has been published in Teen Ink Magazine and BROAD Magazine. With a deep love for the stage, Nick has participated in the Southern Fried Poetry Festival and has been a featured performer at the North Carolina African American Cultural Celebration, the National Black Theatre Festival, the NC African Film Festival, and the Mother Drum Healing Arts Foundation Festival. Nick has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, VICE News, and has used his art to collaborate with Democracy NC, NC Black Alliance, the Wounded Warrior Project, Missourians Against the Death Penalty (MADP), Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, and the Athletic Department at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
Location: Mebane, North Carolina
Nick Courmon is a native of Greensboro, NC and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times and VICE News. Nick has been a featured performer at the National Black Theatre Festival, the NC African American Cultural Celebration but his highest honor is being his mother's son. Please welcome, Nick Courmon!
What our clients have to say...
Nick was phenomenal. He hosted our talent show this year and was probably the best host we have ever had for the event. He stayed after with students until they kicked us out of the building. Friendly, approachable and talented are the words I would use. Congratulations on having him work with your agency. You are lucky to have him. He has a very bright future.
- University of North Carolina at Pembroke