Crayola World of Design and Artist's Passport Camps from Imagine Arts Academy

Crayola World of Design and Crayola Artist's Passport Camps take kids on a journey of discovery! These one-of-a-kind art camps allow kids to experiment with new art techniques while working on their problem-solving skills, explore art and design as a career choice, embark on an around-the-world cultural adventure, explore far-off places and the people who live there and lots more! 

At Crayola World of Design Camps:

  • Kids learn many different techniques, like sculpting, illustration and textile artistry.
  • Camps are designed to boost confidence and develop critical thinking skills.
  • Kids participate in engaging activities that have been kid-tested and approved.
  • Take-home Crayola art supplies allow kids to build on their camp projects at home.
  • Kids make a different project every day!

At Crayola Artist's Passport Camps:

  • Kids embark on an around-the-world adventure, explore far-off places and learn about the people who live there, from the Americas to Polynesia, from the cosmopolitan to the countryside.
  • Kids experiment with Crayola products, while trying art techniques developed by local artists and artisans.
  • Campers make different masterpieces each week, such as drums, masks, canvasses, prints, buses, and more!
  • Kids bring the unique creations home and build a globally-inspired art gallery.
  • Campers take home a passport with geotag stickers and world map, and Crayola art supplies so they can build on in-class projects at home. 

Crayola World of Design and Artist's Passport Camps are perfect for ages 5 to 12. Week-long, full-day and half-day camps are held at various locations across the St. Louis metro area, including Saint Louis University, Faust Park-St. Louis Carousel in Chesterfield, The Lodge Des Peres, Olivette Community Center, and SWIC-Belleville.

Hurry and register! Camps fill fast! Easy online registration. 


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