Cutting and pasting, painting, sculpting, drawing, printing, preserving memories, and construction with fibers and other materials are all exciting hands-on activities in the arts and crafts project. Experience different careers, culture, science and technology that are available. Explore your creativity and discover a hobby that you might enjoy for the rest of your life.

You can experience art with personal attitude with Advanced Visual Arts. Budding artists manipulate fiber, construct sculpture and draw in Sketchbook Crossroads. Portfolio Pathways affords the opportunities to create and communicate through printing, painting and graphic designing. Learn how to communicate through pictures, how to draw attention to a particular area of the page or picture, and how to use colors to highlight your picture or story in Arts and Computers. In the Scrapbooking unit, you can create a scrapbook and preserve memories to share with generations to come by working with cropping and matting, designing pages, color basics, embellishments and more.

Resources for all levels



AC311 Arts and crafts

  • Build an artistic foundation


AC312 Visual Arts: Drawing, fiber arts and sculpture

  • Continue building an artistic foundation
  • Emphasis on drawing, fiber arts and sculpture


AC313 Visual Arts: Painting, printing and graphics design

  • Continue building an artistic foundation
  • Emphasis on painting, printing and graphic design


AC314 Arts and computers

  • Continue building an artistic foundation with technology in mind

AC315 Scrapbooking

  • Explore personalistion and the relevance of scrapbooking
  • Understand design and presentation considerations


State Fair

4-H exhibits and competitions are part of the fun of the Missouri State Fair. You won't want to miss this special event; visit the 4-H building to see the projects of our 4-H youth or catch the judging competitions. Whatever your niche, there is something for everyone. Bring the family! The Missouri State Fair is located at the intersection of Highways 50 and 65, and less than 20 miles south of I-70, Sedalia is roughly an hour from Kansas City, Columbia and Jefferson City.