Laumeier Sculpture Park Summer Art Camps

Laumeier Sculpture Park offers one-week Summer Art Camps in half-day sessions for ages 4 to 6 and full-day sessions for ages 6 to 15 (June 11-August 3, 2018). Campers (divided into groups by age) learn about art, artists and art history, explore the Park grounds and woodland trails and find inspiration in the artworks on view for drawing, painting, sculpting and more! Each week features a different theme, so register for more than one session for unique and engaging experiences all summer long!

Summer Art Camps are taught by local, experienced Artist-Instructors and are structured to encourage artistic development and self-expression through social and individual skill-building experiences. All materials are provided, and each camper receives an Art Camp t-shirt. Extended Day is available for full-day sessions only; additional fees apply.

 

Extended Care Available
Contact
314-615-5268
laumeier.org
12580 Rott Road
St. Louis, MO 63127
United States
Ages
Locations
Camp Weeks
  • June 11 - 15
  • June 18 - 22
  • June 25 - 29
  • July 2 - 6
  • July 9 - 13
  • July 16 - 20
  • July 23 - 27
  • July 30 - August 3
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