Student & Teacher Workshops

Parker Arts can provide a variety of in-school workshops and off-site master classes for both student and teacher groups that include but are not limited to: visual arts, performing arts, science, robotics, STEAM, effective classroom tactics, as well as special residencies provided by national touring performers.  To inquire, please contact Parker Arts Education Manager Kirstin Fletcher at 303.805.3364 or via email. For information regarding for grant funded workshops please visit SCC.

TEACHER WORKSHOPS

Currently, there are no free teacher workshops scheduled at PACE Center. However, teachers are encouraged to inquire for in-school residencies and/or teacher workshops.

STUDENT WORKSHOPS

Archaeology In Your Classroom

Bring the world of archaeology to your classroom! For the next hour you will find yourself digging, finding, and working in the lab to uncover the secrets of Terra, an ancient city of potters. Join us on a journey through time where your students will play the role as researcher, scientist, and historian.
Objectives: Learn that there are different kinds of dirt, understand that archaeologists study our past through our things, and practice scientific data collection and recording, and making observations and inferences.
Fee: $150
Grades: PreK-2 Workshop
Length: 60 Minutes
One class maximum (Approximately 30 students)
Curriculum connection: History, Culture, Social Science, Environmental Science

Email PACEedu@Parkeronline.org with your interest in bringing archaeology to your classroom!

NATIONAL PERFORMER RESIDENCY

Please check back for 2022/2023 season residency opportunities

Parker Arts works with national touring performers to offer residencies and workshops to the community as part of their visit to Parker, Colorado. Residencies may include dance, theater, music, or visual arts, just to name a few.