Roxane Assaf Lynn
BA, Communications, 1985, Loyola University, New Orleans; Sorbonne University, Paris, France; MSJ, Broadcast/Print Journalism, 2003, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University. Concurrent position: Monthly contributor to Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Broadcasts/Presentations: KNOE TV8 (CBS), Monroe, LA; WATD Radio, Boston; KLOV and RTH Radio, Paris; Chicago Humanities Festival; National Conference of Arab & Muslim Journalists. Publications: Chicago Tribune; Arms Control Today. Awards: Excellence in Journalism Award, National Arab Journalists Association.
Experience at SAIC
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago has offered me teaching opportunities that would simply not be possible anywhere else. Moreover, it's the students who make it uniquely rewarding. THEY make it possible to have teaching experiences not to be found anywhere else just by their very nature and comportment.
Stay curious. Keep moving. Keep going!
I enjoy exploring the theoretical underpinnings of crafts with physical outcomes. Making news produces a physical property whether it's the written word or digital video. These properties drive ideas. Ideas move thoughts. Thoughts move people.
Disclaimer: All work represents the views of the INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS & AUTHORS who created them, and are not those of the school or museum of the Art Institute.