Craft Alliance Summer Camps

Craft Alliance has been providing arts education and craft experiences to the St. Louis Community for over 56 years. We are thrilled to embark on another year of creative offerings for St. Louis families. Craft Alliance Summer Art Camps 2021 are in-person under our health & safety guidelines. Missouri ArtSafe certified, and located at our new location in the St. Louis Maker's District, 5080 Delmar Boulevard. Welcome to our new studios! Summer Art Camps provide creative discovery in clay, fibers, metal, glass, wood, and drawing & painting, and more. Join us for summer 2021 and learn how to throw on the potter's wheel, mosaic a birdhouse, sew a handbag, or create a wood sculpture! 

We welcome ages 7-14 to explore ten weeks of summer camp offerings in different media from June 7 – August 13, 2021. Choose a camp that fits your summer schedule! We offer before care, after care, and morning and afternoon camps to ages 7-9 and ages 10-14. Craft Alliance camp faculty are professional teaching artists and have all passed federal and state background checks. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for more information on our summer camp policies. We are looking forward to sharing a terrific, safe summer!

Open registration begins March 17. Early registration for members opens March 3. Learn more and register at

Camp Details
5080 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63130
United States
Locations: St. Louis
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
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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