Myles Dunigan

  • 2D Studio Manager & Lecturer

Areas of Study


  • MFA in visual art, University of Kansas
  • BFA in printmaking, Rhode Island School of Design


Myles Dunigan is an expanded-media artist and educator whose work dissects the relationships between imaging technologies, ecological anxiety, and the apocalyptic. Playing off trends of scientific skepticism and conspiratorial thinking, Dunigan employs a crypto-documentarian methodology that blends historical motifs with contemporary disasters. His practice focuses on the conceptual intersections of emergent technologies and historical techniques, often incorporating laser-engraving, digital plotters, alternative process photography, and 3D modeling.

Dunigan has taught across a spectrum of disciplines and locations, with a primary focus on printmaking, art foundations, and drawing. At Oberlin, Dunigan manages the spaces and equipment associated with two-dimensional practices in the studio art department, including painting, printmaking, design, and drawing. He teaches Introduction to Drawing and other 2D studio art courses.


Dunigan has participated in the Southern Graphics Printmaking Conference as a demonstrator, panelist, and panel chair, as well as contributing to other activities associated with the conference such as portfolios and performances. Dunigan actively exhibits work nationally, with recent solo exhibitions at William Paterson University, the Boston Public Library, the University of Florida, the Little Gallery in (Omaha, NE), and Kiosk Gallery (Kansas City, MO). Recent group and invitational exhibitions include the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (NYC), Site 3 (Kansas City, MO), Carrie Abel Gallery (NYC), The Far Eastern Museum (Khabarovsk, Russia), the International Print Center (NYC), and the S.E. Center for Photography (Greenville, SC). He has been an artist in residence at the Rogers Street Art Lofts (Las Vegas, NV), Kala Art Institute (Berkeley, CA), Signal Culture (Oswego, NY), the Civic Media Center (Gainesville, FL).

Fall 2024

Introduction to Drawing — ARST 110
Intro to Print through Text and Image — ARST 160

Spring 2025

Introduction to Drawing — ARST 110

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