Enhance adolescents’ levels of human connection, collaboration, artistic career exploration, academic success and well-being. We believe art is a universal language and necessity in life.

Background

Artistic-focused programs for adolescents in San Marcos and nationwide are minimal to non-existent. This lack of access and participation in artistic activities is stunting our youth’s creative brain development which is a critical intelligence they will need in the future to be effective leaders, problem solvers and workers in our fast-paced, digital world. That’s why we developed Creative Collision, a Non-profit, Fine and Performing Arts event, for adolescents in San Marcos.

This event is being conducted as part of a senior thesis project for Texas State University. It is designed to enhance adolescents’ levels of human connection, collaboration, artistic career exploration, academic success and well-being. We believe art is a universal language and necessity in life. It provides an outlet for therapeutic, collaborative, and expressive communication.

Founder
& Host

Jazmine Beatty grew up deeply involved in all forms of art.  Inspired by the coffee house at her Performing and Fine Arts High School, she decided to create a program that didn’t just bring artists together once a month, but every day.

 

As she continues her studies in the Art and Design department at Texas State University, and teaching art at a local high school, she constantly sees the need for (and functionality of) art in all aspects of life because art is the universal language. 

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