Pablo Picasso once famously remarked “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.” Take a look at what he aspired to. Madison’s public schools have a high caliber art program, and in one of the city’s more unique exhibits, Young at Art displays a wide selection of children’s art. The gallery contains works by young people from kindergarten through grade twelve, up to three works of art per teacher or school. The work displayed has connections to art history and cultural studies according to the schools’ curricula. Enjoy a few hours exploring the works and getting in touch with your inner child at this unique event. Young at Art is a biennial exhibition organized by the school district and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, and runs from now to May 19. The museum is open 12-5pm Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday, 12-8pm Friday, and 10am-8pm Saturday. Admission is free.