A3House: Students Producing Not Just Consuming

A3House (Albemarle Alternative Arts House)is creating student PRODUCERS! Take a listen to how Chance Dickerson and Bernard Hankins of Albemarle County Public Schools approach education, and how the A3House is focusing on design and producing authentic student work. Bios: Chance Dickerson Chance Dickerson is a multidimensional artist and integrator of identity, work, and purpose. As a Charlottesville native, he desires to help people in his community be there true self, overcome fear, and pursue their dream. Chance has invested four years in fulfilling his Life’s purpose through Albemarle County Public Schools as the co-director of A3 House, an arts platform for students pursuing creative passions. Bernard Hankins Bernard Hankins is a philosopher, musician, spoken word poet, and creative catalyst. Originally from Chesapeake, VA, he currently lives in Charlottesville,VA, where he teaches workshops on Hip Hop and creative identity. His passion is inspiring others to discover their creative identities in order to find purpose and ultimate meaning in their lives. In 2015, Bernard was the Tedx Charlottesville Open Mic winner, and Tedx Charlottesville Conference closing speaker. He currently works at Albemarle High School as co-director of the A3 House Program, a creative incubator for young people pursuing their passions. Bernard holds a degree in Architecture from UVa.

from StartEdUp Podcast https://soundcloud.com/don-wettrick/a3house-students-producing-not-just-consuming