Elliott K. Scott, M.A.
Assistant to the Chair
Elliott Scott received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Television/Video Production from Columbia College Chicago in 2000. Mr. Scott has freelanced as a videographer, producer, and teaching artist for the Urban Missions Program and its community based partners including Duncan YMCA, Street-Level Youth Media, Gallery 37 and the Cambodian Association of Illinois. His accomplishments include his work as Video Instructor for the Cambodian Association Oral Histories/Killing Fields Museum Project and Executive Producer/Director for the live CAN-TV broadcast of Street-Level Youth Media’s 2000, 2001 as well 2002’s annual Block Party. Since 2003, Mr. Scott has worked as a teaching artist for Music Theater Workshop/West Pullman Park Youth Project. That same year he received his Masters of Art Degree in Arts Entertainment & Media Management from Columbia College Chicago. He also help develop several audio after-school and summer high-school service learning programs in collaboration with local community based organizations: Street-Level Youth Media, Young Chicago Authors, Free Street Theatre ACT Charter School, and Snow City Arts Foundation, employing many Columbia College audio students.
Currently, in addition to being Assistant to the Chair of the Department of Audio Arts & Acoustics, Mr. Scott is an adjunct faculty member of Columbia College Chicago’s Television and Social Science Departments, instructing three courses: Aesthetics and Storytelling, Culture, Race & Media and Black Portrayals in Television.
Audio Arts & Acoustics Department
Columbia College Chicago
33 E. Congress Parkway, Suite 601
Chicago, IL 60605