<em>Marina Zurkow: The Thirsty Bird</em>, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, January 17–April 19, 2020. Photo: Dusty Kessler.
Marina Zurkow: The Thirsty Bird, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, January 17–April 19, 2020. Photo: Dusty Kessler.

CAM at Home

Welcome to CAM at Home, where you can still visit the museum, connect with the art and artists of our time, and engage in fun and meaningful activities.

Art at Home

Teaching artists offer lessons and tutorials for your own art-making, with activities for all ages.

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18 Questions

We want to keep you connected with the art and artists of our time, and of our community. A former Great Rivers Biennial award-winner, Cayce Zavaglia kicks off the series with 18 questions from Lisa Melandri, CAM Executive Director.⁣

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Watch

CAM’s video archives include artists talking (Amy Sherald, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and more) artists making (Derek Fordjour, Claudia Comte), artists becoming (Vashon High School), and more.

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Explore the Archives

Find images, gallery guides, audio tours, and other materials from CAM exhibitions, 2003 to the present.

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Stay Tuned

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