Programs for School and Community Organizations
Artscope is mobile. Not only do we provide arts learning in our Tower Grove cottage, we also partner with local organizations to bring the art to where you are. Read more
Summer Camp Create
Artscope's Summer Camp Create features expert visual art instruction by Artscope's experienced teaching artists, special guests artists, lots of screen-free outdoor play, and supervised exploration of magical Tower Grove Park. We emphasize reducing our footprint by using natural, recycled and upcycled materials for our art. Each week a different theme. Register for one, two or all!
Summer Camp Create | June 1 - August 6 | for rising Kindergarten-5th Graders
Join us outside our cozy cottage for lots of fun and creative activities! Each week has a different theme to keep those creative juices flowing!
Camp Create at the Stupp Center | July 19 - August 6 | for rising 4th-6th Graders
Our new summer camp in the Stupp Center in Tower Grove Park!
League of Extraordinary Makers
We welcome new students AND returning students to the League of Extraordinary Makers! Connect with other creative middle school makers to explore a range of art media while forging new pathways on our individual artist journeys. Be part of a group of creative and like-minded young people where your great ideas are welcome! We'll provide the art supplies. Taught by Emily Hemeyer, long-time Artscope teaching artist and extraordinary maker!
Cartoon Club is back! Develop cartooning skills and build confidence while developing your own comic style. All levels welcome, and wild imaginations encouraged! Cartoon Club is led by long-time Artscope teaching artist Stan Chisholm. Full 8-week session registration includes a bag of supplies for the class. Drop-in students are welcome; however supplies will not be provided and they will need blank paper, a sharpened pencil, an eraser optional markers or Sharpies to participate. Students will be sent a link to join the class upon registration.
Artscope’s Cottage is a fun and unique place to host your child’s birthday party. Or any celebration for your child and their group of friends! And its not just kids who can have a party at Artscope--grab your besties and plan a creative and fun evening out with our artists!
Parties are 90 minutes long, and include a teaching artist, a 60 minute make-and-take art project chosen from our menu of options, and 30 minutes built in for cake, ice cream and presents.
For grown up parties, we offer the same deal--but feel free to bring your own grow up beverages!
We offer party packages for up to 10, 15 or 20 participants. Participants must currently be enrolled in kindergarten through age 101.
Artscope can tailor an enriching experience for your Daisy to Senior Girl Scout Troop, or Boy Scout troop!
Whether your troop members would like to earn a badge, do a Make and Take, create DIY swaps, or increase their artistic skills, we’ll host a workshop for your troop of up to 16 in our Cottage in Tower Grove Park. Or, for an additional fee, we can come to you!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about booking a scouting program.
For well over a decade, Artscope has been proud to offer local schools an artist-in-residence, providing much-needed access to arts education for students who may not otherwise benefit from the creative and life skills that are developed through
In the 2019-2020 school year, Artscope is partnering again with St. Francis Cabrini School, where Emily Hemeyer teaches art classes to students in grades K-8, and Marian Middle School, where Sarah Paulsen teaches art in this all-girls middle school.
In Spring 2020 we are starting residencies with Kairos Academy and St. Cecilia School and academy.
If you are interested in embedding one of Artscope’s skilled, professional teaching artists in your school to provide high-quality arts learning to your students, please call us or contact email@example.com We’d love to start a conversation with you.
PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
Artscope is mobile! Not only do we provide arts learning in our Tower Grove cottage, we also partner with local schools and community organizations to bring the art to where you are! Some of our recent partnerships include:
Adult crafting workshops with the St. Louis County Libraries
Before school arts enrichment with Mallinckrodt Academy, St. Louis Public Schools
Summer pop-up art classes in Fox Park with DeSales Community Development
Neighborhood Mural Program with Tower Grove Neighborhood Community Development Corporation
Community is a core value at Artscope, and we value the opportunity to partner with like-minded organizations to increase access to artistic experiences for all St. Louisians. Contact us to get the conversations started! firstname.lastname@example.org
Providing increased access to the arts for children is integral to Artscope’s mission, and we seek to provide up to 20% of our Summer Camp Create participants with scholarship support so children of all backgrounds may attend Artscope.
Our scholarships are based on need, and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until we fill all available spots. A family may request up to two weeks of scholarship support each summer, per child. Scholarships must be requested by the parent or legal guardian of the participants. Families with multiple siblings are welcome to apply.
Our Summer Camp Create scholarship application is now open. Check our Summer Camp Create page to find the application. Questions? Contact Emily Kohring @ (314) 865-0060 or