Please tune in to this episode of our podcast Art & Cocktails for an inspiring conversation about Nicolle Cure’s journey as an artist, her Columbian background, and a sudden disability that impacted her life. Nicolle vulnerably shares her hearing loss story and how this life-changing event inspired her series "The Colors of Sound." She is passionate about creating awareness of sudden hearing loss and other invisible disabilities.
Nicolle Cure is a Colombian-American artist living and working in Miami. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Advertising from the University of Florida and holds academic certificates from the Sotheby's Institute of Art.
In 2018, she was the sole recipient of the Leaders with Disabilities Scholarship, awarded by Americans for the Arts.
Nicolle’s art has been showcased at Miami Art Week and Art Basel Miami, and at art fairs from South Korea and China to Colombia. It is currently on display at West Elm stores in South Florida.
Her work has been featured in several magazines and blogs, focused on both art and hearing health.
Nicolle’s Hearing Loss Journal (Blog post she created to keep a log of her symptoms and to help anyone dealing with hearing loss and other chronic health issues).
Hearing Loss Foundation Magazine Article: