"It's bittersweet. I am deeply as sad, as I am excited, to entrust the culture of Low Key Arts to a new generation, all the while, being entrusted to lead our mainstream culture to fun, fresh and exciting new places."
"I'm very excited to be taking this position with such a great organization. The city of Hot Springs and the art community here are both unique and special. There's no limit to what we can accomplish with Low Key Arts."Hill, Vice President of the National Writers Union, returns to his native Hot Springs to help run Low Key Arts and to complete work on his book about The Vapors nightclub.
“Growing up in Hot Springs, the arts community always fit into a small and well-defined box. Bill and everyone involved in Low Key Arts have done so much in such a short time to expand those definitions and invigorate the arts community in Hot Springs. It’s a privilege to help carry that torch forward.”The Hot Water Hills outdoor music festival takes place at the end of September, and will mark the first event for Low Key Arts under the new leadership. For more information about that or about Low Key Arts, go to lowkeyarts.org.