SCOSAG provides unique experiences with all forms of art for the children and families of St. Louis. From song writing to ceramics, charcoal to printmaking, and improv to sculpture, SCOSAG aims to provide students with enrichment that ultimately leads to a higher quality of life.
In May of 2005, SCOSAG began developing arts programming at the Potter’s Workshop in Forest Park Southeast, focusing predominately on clay. The Potter’s Workshop currently serves over 75 children living in Forest Park Southeast.
Other facets of programming include Parent/Child Art and Music classes as well as specially designed workshops and classes for adults and other not-for-profit groups such as the Shalom House, the International Playground, and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.