Art Camp at Yucandu Art Studio

Yucandu Art Studio offers a safe, friendly, and creative environment in historic, charming Webster Groves. Part-time art camps for Grades K-2nd, 1st-5th, 3rd-6th, 6th-9th. Grade levels can be going into or out of, whichever is best for your family. All camps are part-time, with many dates and themes to choose.

Art camps for Grades K-3rd:

  • Art Adventures: Explore art that engages play with a little bit of everything, including paint, mosaics and more. 
  • Creation Stations: Make, create and play, and bring ideas to life by making arts & crafts in a variety of supply stations.

Art Camps for Grade 1-5:

  • Art-Ology: Make art-fair-inspired works of art from an impressive buffet of supplies! Finish with an art show.
  • Art That Works: Create artsy projects with fun & practical uses for your room! Finish with an art show.
  • Fun Fridays: Spend the day making fun & weird art projects/experiments.

Art Camps for Grades 3-6:

  • Art Lab: Create open-ended art with a wide range of mixed media materials! Paint, fiber, mosaics, clay and more. Finish with an art show.
  • Art in Action: Make paper airplanes, mini-golf games, and other kinetic art that you can do! 

Art Camps for Grades 6-9:

  • Mixed Media: Make art that includes mosaics, collage & paint. Each session will offer three or more different projects. 

Cancellations receive thorough take-home kits. Wear painting clothes. Three-hour camp days bring a healthy snack. Five-hour camp days bring a sack lunch. 

Learn more about Yucandu Art Studio summer camps at yucandu.com

Camp Details
314-963-4400
20 Allen Ave.
Webster Groves, MO 63119
United States
Extended Care: No
Camp Weeks
June 1-4
June 7-11
June 14-18
June 21-25
June 28 - July 2
July 6-9
July 12-16
July 19-23
July 26-30
August 2-6
August 9-13
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