Artscope

After School and Weekend Enrichment Classes, Visual & Hands-On Arts
314-865-0060
4255 Arsenal St.
St. Louis, MO 63116

Artscope offers a variety of art classes, education programs and workshops for the whole family. All programs are in an open format, allowing children to explore their creative ideas on their own terms. New and exciting classes include:

Creative Cottage Saturdays are drop-in classes held every Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Artscope's Creative Cottage in Tower Grove Park. Classes are for kids in kindergarten through 5th grade.

Family Yoga + Art with Oxygen Project includes yoga and art-making for all (age kindergarten through adult) on Sundays from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Tower Grove Park. No yoga experience is required and all skill levels are welcome.

Sunday Funday Workshops are a great opportunity for the whole family to create art together. Some classes are for kids only. These workshops are for age 5 and up and are held from 2 to 4 p.m. at Artscope's Creative Castle in Tower Grove Park.

For any of these ongoing classes, you can drop in to any class you'd like to attend, purchase a class pass for multiple classes that interest you, or register for the entire series. 

Discounts are offered for siblings. Individual class descriptions and online registration is available at artscopestl.org

 

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