ONE-DAY AND FAMILY WORKSHOPS
One-day workshops for youth and adults engage participants in a specific media or process, and encourage artistic development and self-expression.
Work together in a collaborative art-making experience! Multi-generational workshops are a wonderful way for families to spend quality and creative time together. Children—along with a favorite grownup!—explore art and nature, develop a meaningful bond and create memories to last a lifetime.
The registration fee for Family Workshops includes one adult with one child; children must be accompanied by an adult. All ages programs are listed at a per person rate.
FAMILY WHEEL THROWING
Learn the basics of wheel throwing as a team! Work beside a family member to each create one wheel-thrown piece following an instructor demonstration. Add hand-built embellishments, add glazes and decorate to complete your works of art. *Please note that children under the age 7 cannot use the wheel independently and must share the wheel with and adult.
611 / Ages 4–12, with a favorite grownup / Saturday, January 19 / 1:00–3:30 p.m. Kranzberg Education Lab / $55
FIXED UP FOR FEATHERS
Build a custom birdhouse for your favorite feathered friends! Learn how to piece and assemble pieces of upcycled wood into a livable little home for the native birds of Missouri.
612 / Adult with Child Ages 4 to 12
Saturday, February 16 / 1:30–4:00 p.m.
Kranzberg Education Lab / $25
Learn how to create a sketchbook with your own hands! Learn various types of bookbinding stitches and binding. Choose from different types of materials for covers and customize your hand-bound book with a variety of stamps. Bring home a unique item to sketch and write in.
621 / Ages 10–15 / Saturday, January 19 / 1:00–4:00 p.m.
Kranzberg Education Lab / $45
COMMUNITY SCRATCHBLOCK WORKSHOPS
Create a unique cast iron sculptural tile of your own design! Use simple drawing and carving tools to make a cavity for the molten metal to fill. Choose between a 6"x6" or 8"x8" block for your one of a kind work of art—which also make great trivets or garden stones. Anyone ages 4 and up can join in the fun! Your finished mold will be put on the pour line during Laumeier’s After Dark: Fire & Light event on Saturday February 9!
Workshops are free with the purchase of the scratchblock. More Information
Create stop-motion animation! Make your own clay cartoon, create a movie set and animate a mini-movie with your creation as the star. Discover secrets and tricks to make your creatures come alive—the possibilities for Claymation® are endless!
622 / Ages 10–15 / Saturday, February 16 / 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Kranzberg Education Lab / $85
EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Scholarships for education programs are available through the Laumeier Sculpture Park Education Scholarship Fund. Assistance is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be guaranteed for all applicants. Scholarships are granted solely on the basis of financial need and are awarded on a sliding scale. Assistance is granted regardless of race, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation or nationality. Laumeier cannot guarantee space in a program without a completed Scholarship Application Form. Applicants must submit a new Scholarship Application Form on an annual basis. Please contact the Education Department at 314.615.5268 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to request an application.
Supported by Blueprint4Summer STL and the Windgate Foundation.