St. Louis Artists' Guild Summer Camps

Spend the summer making art and having fun at the St. Louis Artists' Guild! Our camps focus on 2D media including drawing, painting, and printmaking, and our talented teaching artists work with each student based on skill level. These camps are a great opportunity for students ages 6-18 who love to draw for fun or have a serious interest in improving their skills. Our COVID-19 safety guidelines will remain in place, so hurry to register! Class limit is 9 students. 

Budding Artist Camps for ages 5-9 emphasize taking it slow and having fun while exploring the many forms art can take! Camps include Artists Around the World, Mix Media Exploration, Mosaic Creations and Painting, Upcycled Art from Outerspace, and Tales from India.

Young Artist Camps for ages 9-13 allow students to take art classes that develop their abilities to draw and paint from life and the imagination as they push themselves beyond what they knew they were capable of achieving. Camps include Drawing, Mix Media and Style, Painting and Prints, and Experimental Drawing.

Teen Intensive Camps for ages 13+ are perfect for high school students ready to take their artwork to the next level or strengthen their portfolio for college applications. Camps include Drawing, Figure Drawing, Portrait Drawing, Oil Painting, and Portrait Painting.

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All camps meet on-site at the STLAG gallery/studio, 12 N. Jackson in Clayton.


Camp Details
12 North Jackson Ave.
Clayton, MO 63105
United States
Locations: St. Louis
Extended Care: No
Camp Weeks
June 14-18
June 21-25
June 28 - July 2
July 12-16
July 19-23
July 26-30
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