Our workshops bring history alive, integrate hands-on experiences, inspire creativity and problem solving, and build connections to our world.
Ranging from purely fun to deeply academic, topics incorporate success-oriented projects that celebrate the imaginative spirit. Our educational program can be customized to build a comprehensive series, and each workshop includes a guide to help you prepare and enrich the experience.
Peopleologie is a perfect fit for all ages, K-college classes, families, friends, community centers, senior residences, and more.
Live Online workshops
Fee: $200 per 20 participants / 60 minutes with flexible time duration and group size. Daily, weekly, and monthly options available.
Field trip-like experiences are specially designed for your remote/online participation. These include sharing slideshows and artifacts, and guide you through hands-on art projects with materials available at home. Join us, your family, friends, class, or any group to learn something new and make things together.
See also Summer STEAM Online >
Fee: $250 per 20 participants / 90 minutes with flexible time duration and group size. Daily, weekly, and monthly options available.
Culture & Heritage: Explore the wonder of world cultures and celebrate community through geography, anthropology, ancient traditions, and contemporary life. Workshops perfectly blend core curriculum and 21st Century Learning skills through interactive slideshows, artifact-sharing, and hands-on activities using age-old skills and materials. Mix-and-match slideshows and activities to make it work best for you.
Additional Hands-On: These workshops are fun and experiential explorations into process and materials. All include artifact-sharing and hands-on art projects, with optional slideshows. Build a customized series of perfectly layered and related workshops.
* In-Person workshops have been temporarily suspended until further notice due to COVID-19.
* We continue to accept inquiries and book for future engagements.
Make connections to these, and more
History & Social Studies
Traditional Folk Arts
Re-purposing & Up-cycling