Annalise Flynn is the communications and exhibitions coordinator for ART WORKS Projects, an international nonprofit organization that advocates for human rights through design and the arts. She recently received her master’s degree in art history, theory, and criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) where she also served as a graduate fellow for SAIC’s new Institute for Curatorial Research & Practice. Her museum and curatorial experience includes the Roger Brown Study Collection, the Brooks Museum of Art, and the Project Room Gallery. Prior to attending SAIC, she was based in Argentina, where she led communications for TasterLab, an international tech start-up.