Art critic and radio interviewer, Nathaniel McLin, photographer, Bobby Sengstake, an art maker and Raynard Hall at the African American Fine Art Exhibit - 2008.
(BAB) Chicago - Nathaniel McLin, 54, died suddenly this week of unknown causes. He was known as a great supporter of the arts and artists. Nathaniel McLin was an art critic, a radio interviewer, a writer, a theatre supporter, a lover of music and most recently a podcaster.
He hosted a lively interview radio show for many years at at Kennedy King's KKC before moving to University of Chicago's WHPK radio. He wrote about the arts for arts publications and could be found at many art exhibits and historical lectures around Chicago.
Mr. Mc Lin was also a fine vocalist and the son of legendary music teacher and composer, Lena McLin and Nathaniel McLin.