Summer Art Camps & Teen Art Program at Laumeier Sculpture Park

Laumeier offers one-week themed Summer Art Camps in half-day morning sessions for ages 4-6 and full-day sessions for ages 6-12. Participants learn about art in a camp setting with field day activities; weekly pool visits; gallery exhibition excursions; and treks through the Park and woodland trails. New this year, the Teen Art Program for ages 13-17 offers three, 2-week sessions for teens interested in further developing their artistic skills and knowledge through hands-on application and mentorship. 

FULL-DAY ART CAMPS (ages 6-12)
Monday-Friday / 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
$210 per session
 
HALF-DAY ART CAMPS (ages 4-6)
Monday-Friday / 9 a.m. - Noon
$120 per session
 
TEEN ART PROGRAM (13-17)
Monday-Friday / 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
$420 per session 
 
410 / June 10 - June 21
411 / July 8 - July 19
412 / July 22 - August 2

EXTENDED DAY

Extended Day is available Monday - Friday for Full-Day Art Camp and Teen Art Program (ages 6-17 only)

Morning sessions 7-9 a.m. / $30 per week
Afternoon sessions 3-6 p.m.  / $45 per week
 

Registration Information

SUMMER 2019 ART CAMP THEMES

June 10-14 / Color Collision

June 17-21 / Hidden Worlds

June 24-28 / Another Dimension

June 8-12 / Crazy Art Concoctions

July 15-19 / Art Illusions

July 22-26 / Toy Tales 

July 29 - August 2 / Steam into Kenetic Creation

Visit our web site to learn more:

laumeier.org

 

Camp Details
314-615-5268
12580 Rott Road
St. Louis, MO 63127
United States
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 10-14
June 17-21
June 24-28
July 1-5
July 8-12
July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29-Aug. 2
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