Summer Art Camps & Teen Art Program at Laumeier Sculpture Park

Laumeier Sculpture Park's Summer Art Camps and Teen Art Program are designed for creative, active kids and teens! Participants learn about artists throughout history, explore woodland trails, experiment with a variety of art media and processes, and create amazing works of art. Sessions are taught by experienced art instructors and all materials are provided. COVID-19 health and safety protocols will be in place for the protection of all campers and their families.

Summer Art Camps / Ages 6-12

Camps are structured to encourage artistic development and self-expression through social interaction and individual skill-building experiences. Each week of camp is built around an exciting theme so you can explore, experiment, and have fun as you make friends and connect with nature. Sessions run for one week, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $225 per session. 

Summer Art Camp Session Dates and Themes:

  • June 14-18 / Reach for the Sky
  • June 21-25 / Our Powers Combined
  • June 28-July 2 / You Rock
  • July 5-9 / Plugged Into Art
  • July 12-16 / Muddy Mississippi
  • July 19-23 / Come Out & Play
  • July 26-30 / Make One for the Team
  • August 2-6 / Celebration Station

Teen Art Program / Ages 13-17

The Teen Art Program is designed to stimulate creative expression and the development of artistic skills and knowledge through hands-on application and mentorship. Sessions run for two weeks, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $450 per session. Program dates are:

  • June 14-25
  • June 28-July 9
  • July 12-23
  • July 26-August 6

Learn more at laumeier.org/artcamp

Camp Details
314-615-5278
12580 Rott Road
St. Louis, MO 63127
United States
Extended Care: No
Camp Weeks
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
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