SAY Sí’s “Love Letters to San Antonio” Installed

4 Jun


Last Friday, the final Cut and Paste installation was installed at the Witte Building, 135 E Commerce St. This installation is an ambitious collaboration between visual and media arts students from SAY Sí [San Antonio Youth Yes] and SAY Sí faculty alumni, Chad Gamez. The students have worked with the theme of “Love Letters to San Antonio” and express their love of the city through the letters. Being natives of San Antonio, the students have a unique view of growing up in the city and have each developed their personal love of certain areas, natural environments, architectural spaces, cultural and iconic imagery, and realities found throughout the city not easily accessible to other local or visiting citizens.

The following is a list of students, alumni, and instructors involved:

High School Students
Josue Romero, Sophomore Visual Arts High School
Wally Corona, Sophomore Visual Arts High School
Rebecca Aida Ramirez Senior Visual Arts High School
Leif Ayala, Junior Visual Arts High School
Daryan Arcos, Junior Visual Arts High School
Jorge Nino, Junior Visual Arts High School
Siouxi Veracruz Silva, Sophomore Media Arts High School
Alejandra Salazar, Senior Media Arts High School
Chad Gamez, (alumnus Class 2001)
Domeinic Jimenez, (alumnus Class 2012)
Crissy Patino, ( alumnus Class 2012)
Yzavel Sanchez, ( alumnus Class 2012)
Ned Meneses Media Arts Instructor
Ashley Perez Visual Arts Instructor
Tommy Hopkins Visual Arts Director
Joy Jimenez from Teatro ALAS
The installation will be on view through November 2013.
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