New Spaces New Faces
The Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance will host its next Quarterly Networking Meeting on Monday, August 28 at the Karicole/Historic Kress Building in downtown Hot Springs (620 Central Ave. 2nd Floor) from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The meeting will begin outside at the building’s back entrance with an introduction to the building’s mural, then proceed upstairs to the second floor for the networking meeting.
The theme of this quarter’s meeting is “New Spaces New Faces.” Attendees are invited to view the Karicole/Historic Kress Building which is under new ownership, see the Low Key Arts office which is located on the second floor, and check out other second floor spaces that are available for lease. In addition, HSACA will help celebrate the building’s new “face,” a mural by local artist, Patrick Cunningham, titled Venus of the Springs. Patrick Cunningham and Thomas Nagin, who is the buildings pervious owner who commissioned the creation of the mural, will both be present and available to answer any questions regarding the mural. The Karicole/Historic Kress Building is located in downtown Hot Springs on Central Ave. across from Hill Wheatley Plaza.
For this quarter’s meeting HSACA would like to extend a special invitation to first time visitors and encourage regular attendees to bring along a new friend. This is a rare opportunity to get together know and connect with other members of the arts community. The meeting will discuss the 2024 Arts & The Park festival as well as other updates in the arts community and is free and open to the public.
The meeting, scheduled for August 28th at 5:30 p.m., will offer complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages, and a unique opportunity to check out the Karicole/Historic Kress Building.The Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance hosts Quarterly Networking meetings as an opportunity for members of the art-loving community to connect, discuss upcoming events, and create new contacts.