Peat Duggins

Peat Duggins received his BFA in Film/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design before relocating to Austin, Texas. There he co-founded the non-profit gallery, the Fresh Up Club (2003), and co-founded the acclaimed commercial gallery, Okay Mountain. (2006), which later became an artist collective exhibiting under the same name. His work is included in several public and private collections including those of the Blanton Museum of Art and the Austin Museum of Art. His accolades include fellowships from the Pritzker Foundation and Brown Foundation, numerous residencies including the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, the Yaddo Artist Colony and the Djerassi Artist-in-residence program, and grants from the Dallas Museum of Art and the Fusebox New Media Festival. He currently lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts.



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