Keith Dull, associate professor of art, is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He received a BFA in printmaking and painting from Indiana University, Herron School of Art in 1992 and a MFA in printmaking from the University of South Dakota in 1995. He worked as adjunct faculty and print shop technician for Herron School of Art from 1998 to 1999, and, in 1999, accepted a teaching position at Ashland University, where he teaches printmaking, drawing and 2D design.
His prints incorporate a wide range of techniques that include color reduction relief, intaglio, lithography and mixed media. In 1998, he developed the Encaustic Intaglio printing process, and his imagery reflects an interest in history and historical uses of prints, as guides, manuals and magic talismans.