CAM offers several education programs for teens in St. Louis. New Art in the Neighborhood provides intensive art instruction to talented teens, Artreach brings the arts into St. Louis Public Schools, and Teen Museum Studies offers exposure to a wide range of museum careers.
CAM is dedicated to serving our local community and recognizes that not everyone has access to contemporary art. Through a series of mobile programs, CAM offers a variety of outreach activities for students, adults, and families.
CAM offers a variety of programs and opportunities for local artists, including Open Studios STL and the Great Rivers Biennial artist competition.
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Exhibitions, programs, and general operations are privately funded through contributions from generous individuals, corporations, public funders, and foundations.
General operating support is provided by Whitaker Foundation; Regional Arts Commission; Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; Bank of America Charitable Foundation; Wells Fargo Advisors; Arts and Education Council; The Trio Foundation of St. Louis; and members of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Support for CAM’s exhibition program is provided by Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield; Nancy Reynolds and Dwyer P. Brown; William E. Weiss Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; Charter; and the Crawford Taylor Foundation.
Support for CAM’s education initiatives and public programs is provided by Emerson; Maritz; PNC Foundation; The Middle Fund; ArtEffect; Monsanto Fund; Employees Community Fund of Boeing; Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; National Endowment for the Arts; The Dana Brown Charitable Trust, U.S. Bank, Trustee; Whole Foods Market; Target; Elissa and Paul Cahn; Terry D. Weiss M.D. Youth Education Fund; and The Honey Fund.
Special thanks to ALIVE Magazine; Companion Bakery; FEAST Magazine; KDHX 88.1; Kraftig; Magic Hat; Midwest Valet; North American Breweries; Purus Organic Wheat Vodka; Riverfront Times; Schlafly Beer; and St. Louis Public Radio.
General operating support is provided by Whitaker Foundation; Regional Arts Commission; Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; Arts and Education Council; The Trio Foundation of St. Louis; Bank of America Charitable Foundation; and Wells Fargo Advisors.