Several group representatives from Zionsville will meet with a consultant this month to determine a direction for a cohesive cultural district.
Zionsville was among eight communities that were recently chosen by the Indiana Arts Commission to participate in the agency’s Vibrant Communities cultural planning consultancy project.
“More and more, community leaders are realizing the arts can play a significant role in making their communities a better place to live and work,” IAC Executive Director Lewis C. Ricci said in a press release. “It is a vision called Creative Placemaking. From Arcadia to Zionsville, Indiana communities have discovered people want to work in communities where they enjoy living. The arts bring jobs, but also a quality of life that attracts creative, entrepreneurial leaders.”
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