Long, long before Urs Fischer got himself a 12,000-square-foot studio or dug an eight-foot hole in the floor of Gavin Brown’s Manhattan gallery, the Swiss-born artist was molding cats out of polymer clay. He started making these before he even hit double digits—and it’s a motif he ended up sticking with for decades. Fischer is not the only artist to recently discover just how early his current style was forged: “Not much has changed in the past 40 years” was how Tom Sachs described a sketch he did at 10 years old, of U.S. and Nazi Tanks at war (even if he’s since turned his attention toward outer space). Both artists are featured in “My Kid Could Do that,” a new group exhibition by the nonprofit ProjectArt that’s showcasing and auctioning early works by artists like Laurie Simmons and Daniel Arsham to fund after-school art classes, and which is on view at Red Bull Arts New York, along with an artist-led workshop, this Saturday, April 29. From Dustin Yellin‘s seven-year-old scribblings of a man named Sam who plays in the sand and gets a tan, to 10-year-old Wendy White’s collage featuring a 1981 newspaper clipping about Sandra Day O’Connor’s appointment to the Supreme Court, to teenaged Rashaad Newsome‘s Pollock-like canvases and seven-year-old Rirkrit Tiravanija‘s Spock ears, take a look back, here.