SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts | Kids Out and About St. Louis

SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts

Address: 
7909 Big Bend Blvd
Webster Groves , MO , 63119
Phone: (314) 800-5999
38° 35' 41.532" N, 90° 20' 4.686" W
Contact name: 
Deborah Fahnestock
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What our organization offers: 
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Our goal is to teach and prepare every student well, provide a positive, uplifting environment, provide the knowledge and skills students will need if they choose dance as a career, and make every student’s arts education valuable and memorable.
Each child is unique. As such, we provide a place of joy, learning, community, and respect for all of our students. We provide a loving atmosphere for your child to grow, a place for any person of any ability to feel a sense of dignity and pride in their work, a space of community, connection, and friendship.

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Virtual Classes at SkyStone!
PUBLISHED
At SkyStone, we believe that classes in the arts are a wonderful way to connect, grow, learn, and create lifelong friendships. All our classes are available online and are interactive, taught by experienced instructors. Registration is open and ongoing--give us a call at 314-800-5999 for more information on our arts education programs in dance, theater, and visual arts. SkyStone’s professional faculty is dedicated to making your child’s arts experience valuable and memorable.
Join us at SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts for the 2020-2021 season! 
Visual arts / crafts
Theater
Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts - SkyStone Virtual Classes
PUBLISHED
If you are not a regular SkyStone student and are interested in taking a dance or art class with us during this time of social distancing, contact us at dfahnestock@danceprojectstl.com and we will send you the link for classes and payment options. If you cannot pay because of the many jobs being lost, but you have a child that wants to dance or take art, do not hesitate to reach out.
 
Dance
How-to
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$