Bring L.A. history to your students with one of our interactive multi-session—in-person and virtual—workshops!
Led by Conservancy educators, workshops incorporate strategies designed to enhance engagement and learning.
Each lesson supports California's Common Core Standards in History and Social Studies.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Student Workshops.
Over the course of three-to-six sessions, Adventures in Architectures introduces students to historic and culturally significant sites in a historic neighborhood. The workshops examine the question: What makes a community? We take students on guided explorations, facilitate activities that connect students to local history, and build an understanding of preservation. Learn more about Adventures in Architecture. »
Virtual Neighborhood Workshop Options: Burbank, Lincoln Heights, Westlake/MacArthur Park
In-Person Neighborhood Workshop Option: Westlake/MacArthur Park
Discover L.A.'s Broadway Historic Theatre and Commercial District in downtown L.A., home to the largest concentration of historic theatres in the country. The workshop includes an interactive lesson that explores how the area changed over time, a virtual or in-person field trip to the historic district, and a group craft activity. For further lesson planning, you will receive a curriculum packet with over fifteen additional lessons and a content guide. Discover L.A.'s Broadway can be customized to support classroom learning and can be provided in one to three sessions. Learn more about Discover L.A.'s Broadway. »
Celebrating Griffith Park: Past and Present
A virtual trek through Griffith Park's 125 years, including the history of Gabrielino Tongva who inhabited the land, historic buildings that remain, and the people and events that have made the park so special. Available as a virtual tour only.
In-Person Workshop Logistics
Virtual Workshop Logistics