Ann Dunham teaches Color Theory for Fine Artists, Drawing I: Focus on Perception, Drawing II: Refining Technique, Figure Drawing I, and Introduction to Painting for the Professional Certificate in Art and the Creative Process. Ann is an award-winning designer with a strong background in design education and industrial design. She was a senior designer and lead project manager with AT&T Global Information Solutions and the NCR Design Center where she developed and implemented concepts for Fortune 1000 companies in banking and financial services.
Ann Dunham has a range of experience as an industrial designer, design faculty member and financial consultant bringing together the creative process of design, the instructional process of teaching/learning with the entrepreneurial aspect of product development.
Dunham is a lead instructor in the Design Department at The Art Institute with an emphasis in foundation studies, drawing and painting, design, industrial design and fine art. She has taught college level art from the foundation level to senior portfolio preparation for majors in game art and design, animation interior design, graphic design, advertising and fashion design.