Saint Louis Art Museum
One Fine Arts Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110
Saturday, December 10, and Sunday, December 11, 2022
10 am – 4 pm
Free! No tickets or reservations are required.
Celebrate the richness of the season at the St. Louis Art Museum! Take part in this family-friendly festival inspired by holiday traditions from around the world. Revel in the cultural richness sparked by the joyful celebration of winter. Witness music, dance, and colorful costumes that will unleash a global journey in the hearts and minds of your family.
Winter Celebrations is a free festival featuring various performances by community groups during this special two-day festival. Performances include:
- Dance Center of Kirkwood on Saturday at 11 am in Sculpture Hall.
- Afriky Lolo on Saturday at 2 pm in the Museum’s Farrell Auditorium. This performance is supported by the Dana Brown Endowed Fund for Education and Community Programs.
- St. Louis Osuwa Taiko on Sunday at 11 am in the Museum’s Farrell Auditorium.
- Hispanic Festival, Inc. on Sunday at 3 pm in Sculpture Hall.
This interactive gala takes you beyond simply observing the beauty of the season. Your little ones can take part in hands-on activities to expand upon the cultural wonders they’ll witness. Such activities include:
Make one or both art projects inspired by the SLAM collection — a personalized hot chocolate relief sculpture or a winter outfit for a miniature figure.
Snap a fun memory with the whole family in their seasonal photo booth.
Sculpture Hall Welcome Desk
Use their scavenger hunt to explore art that is related to festive gatherings throughout the Museum. Pick up your scavenger hunt guide at the Welcome Desk in the Sculpture Hall.
Celebrate the season at the Saint Louis Art Museum. For information, performance schedules, and more, visit slam.org/WinterCelebrations