Image of hand holding a sketch of a woman.

Malcolm Peacock
Visiting Artist Lecturer
Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 PM
Sewall Hall, room 301
Free and open to the public.
Please note, a charged cellular device and headphones are needed for a portion of this lecture.

Malcolm Peacock earned a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, in 2016, and an MFA from The Mason Gross School of Arts at Rutgers University, New Jersey, in 2019. He is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice examines emotional and psychic spaces of Black subjects. Peacock is particularly interested in art as site to make and explore different forms of intimacy. He has been a participant in residencies at The University of Pennsylvania, St. Roch Community Church, The Joan Mitchell Center, Denniston Hill, and The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has exhibited at Cindy Rucker Gallery in New York, Terrault Gallery in Baltimore, The Institute of Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, The Prospect Triennial in New Orleans, Louisiana, and The Carnegie Museum of Art. He is the recipient of the 2022 Carnegie International Fine Prize.

Additional information about the artist here.

The 2023 Spring Visiting Artist Lecture Series co-sponsored by the Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS) and the Visual and Dramatic Arts department (VADA), with support from the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL).

Discounted parking available in Founder’s Court lot. $5 flat rate. Credit card required.

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