Open Studios STL 2016. Studio of Kahlil Irving.
Open Studios STL 2016. Studio of Kahlil Irving.

Community

CAM is dedicated to engaging with its immediate neighbors and the broader region in which we live. We aim to promote access to contemporary art as a forum for making connections and community care. If you have questions on any of these initiatives or want to collaborate with us, contact programs@camstl.org.

Throughout the duration of the pandemic, CAM programs will be virtual (except where noted) until public health precautions are no longer necessary.

Yowshien Kuo in his studio. Photo: Abby Gillardi.

St. Louis Artists

CAM connects local artists to the St. Louis community through such dynamic exhibition opportunities as the Great Rivers Biennial and as the annual Teen Museum Studies selected artist. We also hire local artists for ArtReach in St. Louis Public Schools and our studio art programs for young people: New Art in the Neighborhood and LEAP Middle School Initiative.

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Oasis Tour. Photo: Jarred Gastriech.

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning offers tours and activities to older adults. Offered to residential living communities and independent groups, these programs take a conversational and social approach to enjoying art.

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1-Mile Radius

CAM is dedicated to engaging with and serving its immediate neighbors. Through this ongoing initiative, CAM works toward making the museum a trusted community hub for contemporary art and enrichment.

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Artbus

This mobile art studio brings hands-on art experiences directly into neighborhoods throughout St. Louis, visiting community centers, festivals, street fairs, and more.

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Vashon High School students.

Drop In Workshops

CAM staff can tailor playful workshops to meet the needs and interests of your group or organization. Participants will explore art and have their turn at an accessible hands-on art project. Though initially designed for kids, Drop In Workshops can be adapted for all ages and abilities.

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