Communication and Expressive Arts

Communication and Expressive Arts

Communication and Expressive Arts

About this Program Area

From filmmaking to public speaking, Kentucky 4-H communication and expressive arts programs and curricula emphasize artistic expression and communication. 4-H’s visual arts programs include both print and digital media so youth have the opportunity to use the latest technology. Kentucky 4-H theater and music programs teach communication skills, creative thinking, improvisation, and writing. Kentucky 4-H speeches, demonstrations and mock interview programs encourage the development and critique of public speaking skills.

Project Overview by Topic

Visual Arts Music Drama Photography Communications


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4-H Teen Officer giving speach
4-H Teen Officer giving speech


County Extension Office Contacts

4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT A Kentucky 4-H volunteer is anyone who contributes time, energy, or talent to the Kentucky 4-H Youth Development Program and is not paid by University of Kentucky funds. Many volunteer roles involve working directly with others; others do not. There are seven specific types of 4-H volunteer roles in Kentucky. They include: Community Club Leader, Project Club Leader, Special Emphasis Volunteer, School Enrichment Volunteer, 4-H Committee Member, 4-H Council Member, Youth Volunteer,

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Contact Information

Rachel Noble Guidugli, Ed.D.
Assistant Extension Director for Kentucky 4-H Youth Development

450 Cooper Drive Moloney Bldg. Suite 114 Lexington, KY 40546-0274

(859) 218-0991