Assistant Professor of Art
Graham McDougal (b. Edinburgh, Scotland) researches and teaches printmaking in relation to modern and contemporary art practices with an emphasis on the integration of analog and digital methodologies. His work utilizes printed ephemera as a subject, source and site; informed by the role and history of print-media within art and representation.
His work has been exhibited recently at Regina Rex, NY, Firstdraft and KNULP, in Sydney and Outside Gallery, North Adams MA. His prints and multiples have been included in projects at the Print Center Philadelphia, Printed Matter Inc. and Picture Room, NY.
He has received grants from the Scottish International Education Trust, New York Foundation for the Arts and Cornell Council for the Arts. He has participated as an artist in the Nesnadny + Schwartz Visiting Curator Program, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland and residencies at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony, Woodstock, NY and Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA.
McDougal has taught at Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Art Department of Oberlin College and the Department of Art at Cornell University. He studied at Cumbria College of Art and Design and at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland, before earning an MFA at Southern Illinois University.