Malcolm was recently featured on the Penn Live website! Here is the article.

An artist from Lancaster was given an award by one of the nation’s premier performing arts centers.

Malcolm Corley, a 20 year old artist from Lancaster, was selected for the annual Visual Art Exhibition for the Kennedy Center’s Arts and Disability Program.

Corley, who is autistic and has limited verbal ability, was chosen for an Award of Excellence by the center for his work “Untitled #1” made during an AP art class at Hempfield High School. Corley was one of the 12 artists chosen for this award by the Kennedy Center, which comes with a $2,000 prize.

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