New Youth Led Gallery Features 12 Local Young Artists

Posted on Oct 10 by SEASONS Magazine

Yi Creative Studio

Waking up early to watch cartoons was once the highlight of any day—Reminisce on the cartoons that impacted the lives of many at Santa Barbara’s first youth led gallery.

The YI Creative Studio‘s opening exhibit, “Cartoons That Have Impacted Your Life,” is free and open to the public thanks to the generosity of Caribbean Coffee Company and other community partners.

On October 18 from 3-6 p.m, visit the gallery for a grand opening gathering offering local wine and ice coffee to attendees. The exhibit will feature twelve artists: Jonathan Hernandez, Toby Trauntvein, Danny Meza, Jaime Guerrero, David J Diamant, Mitra Cline, Jose Ramirez, Alex Torres, Juanito Torres, Marcello Landingin, Chelsea Winkelmeyer, Hector Guerrero, and Eduardo Zarala.

Youth Interactive‘s popular program YI Creative Studio offers artistic growth and opportunity for at risk, low-income Youth in Santa Barbara. The gallery will sell contemporary youth art from local artists and their mentors, and is open on Saturdays from 1-6 p.m.

Be sure to join Youth Interactive, young artists, and other members of the Santa Barbara community in celebrating this newest gallery and exhibit. For more information, click here. 

—Jennifer Ortiz

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