About Us

“Collaborating and communicating while productively growing an eclectic arts scene is what draws us together”


The Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, advocate, and promote the Arts in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

The culmination of HSACA’s efforts, Arts & The Park, is scheduled for April 29 – May 8, 2022. The Cultural Alliance also hosts quarterly networking meetings for area arts organizations to encourage communication and collaboration. HSACA also promotes local events hosted by individual area artists, galleries, and arts organizations to spread the word about the myriad forms of art created and shared within our community.  The Cultural Alliance is comprised of area artists, arts organizations, and arts supporters with a desire to see the Hot Springs Arts community continue to grow and thrive.

Arts & The Park

Arts & The Park is a ten-day celebration of the Arts in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Held each year in May, Arts & The Park features local and regional artists in a variety of different events including studio tours, outdoor festivals, hands-on workshops, poetry readings, live music, and theatre performances.

History: Independent artists and area arts organizations, at the suggestion of local philanthropists Dorothy Morris and Don Munro, formed HSACA in 2014. Quarterly meetings commenced that year, culminating in a “zero year” test-run Arts & The Park celebration in 2014. Its success, bolstered by the passion and enthusiasm of its member entities, along with the National Park, the City, and Visit Hot Springs, has given birth to the concept of an annual arts celebration in and around historic Hot Springs.

2021 Board of Directors:

Ashley Campbell,   Board Chair Mary Zunick,   Executive Director
Tiffany Rogers,   Secretary JoAnne Mangione,   Treasurer
Gina Rockwell Kim Everhart
Dolores Justus Wayne Bryan
Martha Jane Murray Ashley Williams
Tina Barker Lori Arnold
Kala Rogers


Advisory Board

Dorothy Morris Linda Palmer
Don Munro Gary Simmons
Robert Zunick Kate Schaffer


Arts & The Park events are made possible in part by a grant from the Department of Arkansas Heritage, funded by the 1/8 cent conservation tax, Amendment 75

Directories: Artists, galleries and art organizations, please register in our Directory by going to the Arts Directory page.


Submissions: Artist and studio registration for Arts & The Park Studio Tours, Art Springs (outdoor arts festival), and Plein Air events can be found in the Arts & The Park page.

Sponsorships: Benefits are available to varying levels of sponsorship and will include promotional materials, tickets to special and VIP events, advertising and recognition at festival-related activities. For sponsorship applications, please follow this link: Arts & The Park Sponsorships