Since its inception in the fall of 1978, the Children’s Center has strived to provide the Northeastern University community with high quality child care. This year’s exhibit continues a long standing tradition of exhibiting the children’s artwork that allows the rest of the Northeastern community to glimpse into the children’s world. Realizing that preschool age children’s thinking is egocentric, the focus of this year’s art show is “All about Us”. To explore this concept, the classes talked about their bodies, feelings, families and homes. The art projects seen here were used as a way to teach children to work together, develop imagination, and increase their literacy skills. Pieces exhibited in this show use many mediums through which children can express themselves. Most importantly, the exhibit validates that children’s art is to be respected and can be appreciated by an audience.