Virtual Workshops | Los Angeles Conservancy

Virtual Workshops

Bring L.A. history to your classroom with one of our interactive multi-session virtual workshops! 

Led by Conservancy educators, workshops incorporate strategies and utilize digital programs designed to enhance engagement and learning.
Each lesson supports California's Common Core Standards in History and Social Studies.
Adventures in Architecture 
Over the course of three-to-six sessions, Adventures in Architectures introduces students to historic and culturally significant sites in one of three neighborhoods currently offered: BurbankLincoln HeightsWestlake/MacArthur Park.
The workshops examine the question: What makes a community? We take students on guided virtual explorations, facilitate activities that connect students to local history, and build an understanding of preservation. 
Discover L.A.'s Broadway 
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 field trip of 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. 
To book or learn more about our virtual workshops, please submit a request form above and one of our educators will be in contact within 3-5 business days. 
Virtual Workshop Logistics
  • Offered Monday through Friday (weekends available upon request). 
  • Each workshop session may be scheduled for up to 1-hour between 10 am and 5 pm. We kindly request workshop bookings be made at least two weeks prior to your desired date. 
  • Recommended for grades 3-12. 
  • $50 per individual session (recommended for up to 30 students) 
  • Large group options and scholarships are available! Just ask. 
Questions? Email us at education@laconservancy.org.
Major funding for the Los Angeles Conservancy's educational programs is provided by the LaFetra Foundation and the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.