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Meet Vanessa

March 18, 2019
Meet Vanessa

Vanessa is a 17-year-old junior at Seaside High who has been a YACster for just over a year. Friendly and hilarious, Vanessa is a prolific and daring artist who sees YAC as a place full ›››

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Alumni Profile: Ryan Olea

August 28, 2018
Alumni Profile: Ryan Olea

Huge thanks to YACalumni Ryan Olea for her great interview! Ryan is a super talented artist who recently converted a Red Cross van into a home and studio in order to experience an off the ›››

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Meet Lorena

January 16, 2018
Meet Lorena

Lorena, an eighteen-year-old senior at Monterey High, has been a YACster for the past four years. She describes herself as “positive, kind, and hard-working,” although anyone who knows her would agree that’s an understatement. Engaged ›››

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Meet Emilio

January 14, 2017
Meet Emilio

Emilio, a 19-year-old student at Monterey Peninsula College, has been a member of YAC for close to two years and loves being part of the “fulfilling, welcoming and cozy” atmosphere. In fact Emilio very much ›››

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Meet Lorenzo

March 12, 2016
Meet Lorenzo

Lorenzo, a 17-year-old who describes himself as “comedic, meticulous, and stubborn,” is a Pacific Grove High School Senior. He has been a member of YAC for just over a year and half, when he joined ›››

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Meet Brian

March 20, 2015
Meet Brian

Brian, a 21 year old, self-described stoic and compassionate individual, is taking a leave of absence from the Santa Fe University of Art & Design. He has been a member of YAC for 3 years ›››

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Meet Justin

June 1, 2014
Meet Justin

Justin, an 18 year old who just finished his freshmen year at CSU Monterey Bay, has been a YACster for two years and considers it his number one inspiration. Since joining YAC, which he finds ›››

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Meet Andrea

April 6, 2014
Meet Andrea

Andrea, a 18 year old Senior at York School, has been a member of YAC for over four months and as she finds it to be “colorful, eclectic and welcoming” will be sad to leave ›››

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