Dahl Arts Center housing ‘Mini Masters- A Children’s Art Exhibit’

If you are looking to view some masterpieces, the Dahl Arts Center is housing creations made by the smallest hands in the community.

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Early Childhood Connections is again collaborating with the Rapid City Arts Council for a “Mini Masters – A Children’s Art Exhibit” 2020.

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Typically the showcase is in correlation with the Week of The Young Child in April, but the COVID-19 pandemic got in the way.

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

The exhibit highlights the youngest artists in the community, children ages birth to five-years-old and celebrates self-expression and creativity.

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

10 local child care facilities from all over the Black Hills region participated this year.

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

“Art is a way for kids to test out theories in a safe way and try stuff and fail, and then succeed and try again and all of those things are skills we hope all of our kids learn,” said Jessi Beedle, the Infant and Toddler Specialist with Early Childhood Connections.

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

Mini Masters- Art Exhibit

The gallery at the Dahl Arts Center will be open through November 30. There will be another exhibit in April of next year.

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