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

St. Louis

CAM programs by, about, and for the St. Louis community.

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

<em>Cole Lu: SMELLS LIKE CONTENT</em>, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, July 31–November 1, 2015. Photo: David Johnson.

Teen Museum Studies Exhibition Opportunity

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis seeks proposals from local artists for an exhibition in CAM’s Education Galleries. The artist selected receives a $1000 stipend, with the exhibition organized by students in CAM’s Teen Museum Studies (TMS) program.

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Studio of Yowshien Kuo, Open Studios STL 2018. Photo: Abby Gillardi.

Open Studios STL

This weekend event, which connects the public to artists’ studios across the city, has been cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions in 2020.

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<em>Nanette Boileau: Dakota Territory</em>, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, May 6–August 21, 2016. Photo: David Johnson.

Great Rivers Biennial

Established in 2003, the Great Rivers Biennial is a collaborative exhibition program presented by CAM and the Gateway Foundation. The initiative identifies talented emerging and mid-career artists working in the greater St. Louis metro area, provides them with financial assistance, and elevates their profile across the Midwest and national art communities.

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As part of the Museum’s community engagement with neighborhood communities, CAM partners with schools and community organizations to provide museum tours, off-site visits, professional development, and workshops with artists and art educators.

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