Workshops in Schools

Workshops in Schools is a series of workshops designed under the guidelines of the Aboriginal Enhancement Agreement.

Stories and art practices of Aboriginal culture have enormous depth and richness with teachings as relevant today as they were so many years ago. The purpose of this program is to preserve the language, culture and art forms of Aboriginal people.

All of our interactive cultural workshops are specially designed for either children and youth of all ages to learn and discover aboriginal culture in a lively and creative environment.

Our workshops include: Storytelling, Métis Jigging, Hip Hop, Powwow Dancing, Coast Salish Dancing & Singing. 

All workshops are subject to availability. For more information, please see our Workshops in Schools Brochure.

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Our Workshops In Schools cultural workshops are available throughout the Lower Mainland during the month of February.

How much?

All workshops are offered at a minimum suggested donation of $200 per session. However, we will not turn away any schools due to financial restrictions.

How to prepare?

Find a suitable room for the workshop. We will inform you during the confirmation process if the workshop requires technical equipment.

Interested in a workshop?

Please, fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly. Our workshops have a limited capacity. As a result, we highly recommend an early registration.

Click Here to Register for Workshops in Schools