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OUR MISSION To provide a space for creatives interested in the arts and media. Through educating and connecting, we work to keep the arts as a vital part in communities and schools.

OUR VISION To provide a space for creatives all over the world.

OUR PUROSE Nothing But The Arts serves as a connection and platform-based organization for teens and young adults who are interested in the arts (music, fashion, photography, painting, dancing, etc.) and media. This organization seeks to keep the arts vital in many communities and schools. Members will be able to connect, learn, attend events and workshops, and hear from people in their fields. This organization will also help members to become more comfortable with their craft to be able to success with their talent and skills.


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Starr Jackson


Originating from Prince George's County Maryland, Starr Jackson is a young creator who always strives to reach her goals.  Starr is a graduate of the illustrious North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. While attending NCCU, she majored in Business Administration with a concentration in Management and a minor in Mass Communication.

During the fall semester of 2018, Starr was able to start her own organization called "Nothing But The Arts" (NBTA).  Now, Nothing But The Arts is established as an incorporation and a non-profit organization. NBTA is now expanding to other schools and communities.

Starr also enjoys being the host of  her own podcast called "The Underground Station." On the podcast, Starr interviewed numerous artists and published many episodes. She was able to interview Reggie Couz, GQ from Jamla records, Alex Mack, AsatheProdigy, Ryan Chew, OmegathePoet, Autumn Joi Live, and many more.

While growing up,  Starr always had a passion for the arts and media, and she knew that she wanted to help others chase their dreams despite what industry they were in. A statement that she always goes by that is now a slogan for NBTA is; “learn, work hard, always be a visionary, and never give up”.

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