The Superstition Area Cultural Alliance (SACA), now known as the Superstition Arts & Cultural Alliance was established in 2006 by filing articles of incorporation with the Arizona Corporation Commission. SACA became a not-for –profit (501c3) corporation with the internal revenue service in 2007. The charter board members were Theresa Nesser, Edith Krueger-Nye, Joel Coplin, Leland Wilson, Sharon Stinard, Eugene Anderson and Scott Taylor.
SACA was created to serve as an advocate for art, artists, and cultural events within the communities that surround the Superstition Mountains of northern Pinal County. SACA seeks to identify and develop public and private funding sources for activities that will enhance public awareness of the vital role the arts can play in the economic and cultural health of a community.
SACA’s Mission: SACA is dedicated to the encouragement and support of art and culture in the region through advocacy, development and education.
SACA’s Vision: to create a cultural hub that will connect local artists with each other and with the community.