KIDS, TEENS & FAMILIES
You're invited to the Museum every Sunday afternoon for hands-on art activities and a lively 30-minute family tour through the Galleries. Each month's family activities focus on a different, family-friendly theme. Family Tour leaves at 2:30 pm. Sign up for the Family tour is required. Sign up is available only on site and begins at 1:00 each Sunday in Grigg Gallery for that day’s tour.
Make a Revolution
Sundays, November 4, 11, 18, and 25
1–4 pm; Family Tour at 2:30 pm
Create revolutionary art at November Family Sundays. Each week, investigate artists who use innovative techniques and spread radical ideas. In celebration of the exhibition, Graphic Revolution, print, stamp, cut, construct, and build your next revolution.
Sundays, December 2, 16, and 23
1–4 pm; Family Tour at 2:30 pm
Explore how opposites attract in art at December Family Sundays. Light and dark, cool and warm, quiet and loud, smooth and rough. Inspired by our collection, play with opposing elements as you create mixed media, sculptural, and tactile works of art.
December 8-9, 10 am-4 pm
Celebrate the season at the Museum with free performances and art activities inspired by traditions from around the world. Winter Celebrations takes place on Saturday and Sunday with music and dance performances from community organizations representing diverse global cultures. Visitors will be able to create their own worldly and seasonal art inspired by the collection at different Create Labs offered each day. Make a seasonal card to lift someone’s spirits at Give Labs. Each day’s cards will be donated to a different community organization in St. Louis.
December 16, 2 pm
Enjoy music from around the world during this special family concert.
Engage Your Senses
In celebration of the student gallery exhibition, Building Accessibility Through Collaboration, join us for a sensory filled family day! Create a tactile work of art, engage your senses during story time and a family tour of the galleries, listen to music from around the world, and enjoy light refreshments. Presented in collaboration with Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments.
December 30, 12-4 pm
Enjoy an afternoon of culture, performance, and tradition during the Museum’s annual Kwanzaa Celebration. Presented in collaboration with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., St. Louis Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter.
Family workshops are intended for children ages 6 and up and their adult companions. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Teen Arts Council
Teen Arts Council (TAC) is a group of arts-minded teens who serve as ambassadors and advisors in designing and implementing programs by teens for teens. TAC members meet twice a month during the school year and receive behind-the-scenes Museum experiences, free arts-related workshops, and a creative and supportive arts community.
The Teen Assistant program is an employment and mentoring opportunity for St. Louis area teens. Teen Assistants get real work experience while also learning important life skills like cooperation, time management, and problem solving. As paid part-time employees of the Saint Louis Art Museum, Teen Assistants work closely with staff members on a wide range of programs and events.