All in-person programs and tours are suspended through at least September 7.
The Saint Louis Art Museum offers free interactive tours and art-making programs for community groups and organizations.
Youth SmART is a free art program offered to community groups in the St. Louis area. This 90-minute experience includes an interactive tour with sketching and discussion in the galleries followed by an art activity in the classroom. Groups can choose from the following themes:
- Ancient Cultures
- Medieval Arms & Armor
- Focus on Artists Today
- Dragons and Nature in Asian Art
- Bringing Outdoors Indoors: Landscape Painting
- Decorative Arts and Design
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The Saint Louis Art Museum is committed to access for people of all abilities to its programs, facilities, collections, and exhibitions. In 2018, the museum received the Shine the Light Award presented by Paraquad. This award is presented to people and organizations working to make St. Louis a more accessible place for people of all abilities.
Guided Tours with ASL Interpretation
Daily guided tours with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation are offered on the third Sunday of each month at 1:30 pm. The tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Tours depart from the Information Center in Sculpture Hall.
Tour and Art Activity for Visitors with Memory Loss and Their Caregivers
The Saint Louis Art Museum is proud to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter to offer this enjoyable and creative program for individuals living with memory loss and their care-partners. Participants engage in an interactive tour led by a docent, followed by a hands-on art activity. This program provides a relaxed and inspiring environment to share experiences, view and talk about art, and express creativity by making your own art to take with you.
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