Hot Springs National Park selected two artists to participate in the 2022 Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program. Since the program’s inception in 2004, the park has hosted 63 different artists, poets, dancers, musicians, ceramicists, weavers, quilters, photographers and writers from across the nation.
There will be one additional public reception for one of the park’s 2021 Artists-In-Residence, Jeri Hillis, which will be held on Friday, August 5th from 5-7pm in the Ozark Bathhouse. Ms. Hillis has been a member of the Hot Springs arts community for nearly 20 years and will be showcasing the ceramics and effigy pots she made during her time with the park.
Artist-in-Residence Program Details
What is required of the Artist during the residency:
Stay tuned for 2023 application dates and deadlines!
Please submit your application by email or hard copy:
This is a non-paid, volunteer position. Residency periods are about 2 weeks long and take place during the months of March through October. Please list date preferences for your residency as part of your application. Housing will NOT be provided; artists are responsible for providing their own housing for the duration of their time with Hot Springs National Park.
Art in the Parks:
Artists throughout history have evoked emotions, captured moments, and shown us the world through a myriad of mediums. They convey big ideas through a unique lens and allow us to not only soak in beauty but gain a new perspective.
Last updated: November 8, 2022