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David Chavannes

David Chavannes designs learning experiences that guide emerging audiovisual practitioners to cultivate historical thinking and project management skills. These skill sets equip students to conceptualize and execute inquiry-driven creative projects. David challenges students to move beyond just expressing emotions and documenting stories to creating knowledge that fills aesthetic and intellectual gaps in their field of practice or study.

His creative work has combined oral history, archival research, and sound composition to extend historical and musical studies of belonging, memory, and colonialism in the Caribbean. David hopes to leverage his research and project management skills to make a meaningful impact in his students’ lives and in the fields of instructional design and project management.

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