Lynn Holden is an educator, artist, egyptologist, and former Assistant Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University. He is very interested in using interactive multimedia for education and created the Ancient Egypt Programme of the Interdisciplinary Teaching Network (ITeN) project completed at while a fellow at the STUDIO from 1990-1993. At the time he stated, “If multimedia is to have a positive impact ont he progress of out culture, then a concerted effort will have to be made to set and maintain the highest possible standards in the quality of content. Educational and public institutions are critical elements and should be central in these efforts”.
Holden has a BA in Oriental Studies from the University of Liverpool, a MA in Near eastern Studies and a Masters in Philosophy in Egyptology and a Phil. D from Yale University.