The SullivanMunce Cultural Center is now home to the Zionsville Welcome Center after a seamless move within the last few months.
According to Executive Director of the Cultural Center and Munce Art Center Director Cynthia Young, the move came after a decision to take the Zionsville Welcome Center out of what is seen as the arts district of Zionsville. For Young the move seemed natural because of the placement of the cultural center and its contents.
"We knew that they were in need of a place to go, and we had thought for a while that it would be a good fit to have the Welcome Center here," Young said. "We're a cultural entity, kind of a stepping-off point to learn about Zionsville because of our Zionsville exhibit. And over at the museum we have some history and artifacts of the town."
The project did not cost anything or require much work, according to Young.
"It seems really natural," Young said. "There really wasn't any difficulty involved. It just seemed meant to be, really. It didn't feel like a transition phase or anything. They started being here; we brought the information rack over, and it just seemed like a really good fit."
See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.