WHAT WE DO
We make history fun!!
We use art projects to sneak that information in!
We wear weird clothes and dress as Celts, we time travel and take you with us!
We create and deliver fun and informative, well researched, historically accurate workshops and display talks.
We are currently focussing on the Iron Age, both Britons and Romans, and exploring history using the medium of earth paints.
We also deliver talks and workshops dealing with environmental issues of plastic pollution.
(We can tailor our workshops for your needs and do cover other time periods - just email to discuss your requirements)
Most of our exciting workshops are based at Park in the Past near Wrexham, in beautiful North Wales. (Though we do also travel to other locations and events. We also work with Museums and Historical attractions)
We are also available to run art history outreach in North Shropshire too.
All materials and equipment are provided on the day, but we do ask that you dress appropriately for the weather, as many of our workshops are outdoor based.
We are pleased to announce that 'Arteology' is now a member of EXARC.
This means we have access to up to date archeological information, theories and best practice for teaching history and can create working partnerships with other similar experimental archeologists and history interpreters.
To learn more about EXARC click HERE
Most Arteology workshops are run by Fee Jackson.
Fee is a professional artist, and history interpreter, with a passion for pre history, and Romano British time periods.
To see Fee's other artwork and commissions follow this link to Fee Jackson, Dancing Magpie Art
Most Arteology workshops are based at Park in the Past unless otherwise stated.
Located near the historical City of Chester, next to the villages of Hope and Caergwrle, in Flintshire, North Wales.
The main entrance is on
Fagl Lane, Hope LL12 9HB
Within walking distance of the Hope railway station on the Wrexham to Bidstone line.
Several bus routes stop near the site from Wrexham, Mold and Chester.
Park in the Past is an outdoor site with varying terrain and a small bridge river crossing on site, please do get in touch regarding any mobility access questions.
Please wear appropriate outdoor clothing and foot ware.