“User’s Guide to Family Business” artist talk by Emily Peacock with Danielle Avram, Saturday, June 11 at 2pm

Please join us at CentralTrak for a conversation with Emily Peacock and Danielle Avram as they discuss Peacock's newest exhibition "User’s Guide to Family Business" currently on view Beefhaus. 


For nearly a decade, Emily Peacock has collaborated with her family to create videos, photographs, and installations that deal largely with her relationships, upbringing in a small Texas town, and personal struggles with identity as a young woman. In her solo exhibition "User's Guide to Family Business" Peacock continues to create intimate work around family tragedy and the formation of new personal relationships by navigating the humor, misfortunes, and absurdity of life.



Emily Peacock is an artist who lives and works in Houston, Texas. She received her M.F.A. at the University of Houston, with an emphasis in Photography and Digital Media. Peacock was a 2013-2014 Lawndale Artist Studio Program artist in residence and she recently received the Houston Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant for 2016. She has exhibited her work throughout the United States, Vienna, Austria and the U.K. Peacock’s work is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston collection.


Danielle Avram is a curator and writer based in Dallas, TX. She is currently the Gallery Director at Texas Woman’s University. She was the 2015 Pollock Curatorial Fellow at Southern Methodist University, and the Manager of The Power Station and The Pinnell Collection from 2011 – 2013. From 2008 – 2011, Avram was the Curatorial Assistant for the departments of Photography and Modern and Contemporary Art, at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. She has an MFA in Visual Art from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University (2006, Boston, MA), and a BA in Art and Performance from the University of Texas at Dallas (2002, Dallas, TX). Her work is primarily focused on photography, new media, and collaborative practices. 



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