Graham Dane

Graham Dane

Adjunct Professor of Art, Drawing & Foundations
(907) 786-1766


  • M.A., Birkbeck College, London
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Painting and Printmaking, Brookes University, Oxford
  • St Martin’s School of Art, London
  • B.A., Brookes University, Oxford


Graham Dane is a studio artist, exhibition curator and radio broadcaster. He studied Art and History of Art at Brookes University Oxford, Life Drawing at St. Martin's School of Art (London), and earned his master’s degree in History of Art from Birkbeck (University of London) - where he gained a lasting interest in the concept of The Sublime. Recently, he has begun research for a book on contemporary Alaskan art.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • 2D Design
  • Beginning Drawing

Professional & Department Service

  • Commissioner, Anchorage Arts Advisory Committee
  • Freelance Exhibition Curator



2018     Bunnell Street Art Center, Homer, AK
              Kenai Peninsula College, Soldotna, AK
2016     Roots of Travel to and In the Beyond, ICGA, Anchorage, AK
2015     The Wait of Things, Alaska Humanities Forum, Anchorage, AK


2018     Duos, Well Street Gallery, Fairbanks, AK
2017     Epicenter, Alaska Humanities Forum, Anchorage, AK
             100 x 100, ICGA, Anchorage, AK


Crossing the Great Divide
Flight of Fancy
The Pure Radiance of the Past
Potentially Lost at Sea (after JMW Turner)