One-Week Summer Camps at St. Louis Artists' Guild

The St. Louis Artists' Guild is offering a selection of half-day and full-day summer camps for young artists taught by talented local artists and educators. Our camps are small (limited to 12 students) and provide focused attention from instructors and a teaching assistant. Camps will take place in our gallery and classrooms, unless otherwise specified. Students who will be with us for a whole day can bring a packed lunch and will eat with fellow campers and an instructor. Refrigeration is available.


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Exploring Mythical Creatures
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Exploring Mythical Creatures with Luke Firle

Dates: August 5-August 9

Times: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm

Member: $240 | Non-Member: $280

In this multi-media, full-day camp, Artist Luke Firle will lead campers in a creative exploration of mythical creatures. Starting with familiar animals, students will invent new creatures through the processes of drawing, printing (mono type & silkscreen), painting and sculpture. At the end of the week, the classroom will be inhabited by a new world of creatures beyond our wildest imagination. Ages 7-10

Instructor’s Biography: Luke Firle is a painter, sculptor and printmaker. He holds an MFA in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 2017 and a BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2002. Luke’s current studio practice looks at issues of consumerism, capitalism, and Americanism vs. sustainability, conservation, preservation, and reuse combined with repeated histories, acts, and actions and their impacts on one another. He is currently an adjunct instructor at Jefferson College, in Hillsboro, Missouri. He previously taught drawing 1 and Core Concepts: Image at the University North Carolina-Chapel Hill. And Tool and Techniques at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. And has regularly shown his work regional and nationally.