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The SullivanMunce Cultural Center offers residents and other visitors a variety of exhibits, events and programs for everyone who desires to enrich their cultural and historical insights.

The Munce Art Center opened to the public in 1981 following the request of Mary Elizabeth Hopkins Munce after she bequeathed funds to the P.H. Sullivan Foundation in 1974. Ms. Hopkins, daughter of Willard and Nora Hopkins, grew up in Zionsville and married Thomas Munce before transferring to Sioux City in 1931. It was said that Mrs. Munce had a strong connection to the city despite the fact that she never came back.

The Art Center was established in the 1920's, occupying a structure beside the museum. The newly updated Munce today is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of the arts Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, and Marion counties. It offers works of art through exhibits and for sale. It also has art instruction programs for students and summer day camps that children will find enjoyable.

The institution changed its name to the SullivanMunce Cultural Center in 2003. Over the years it has become a leading influencer of historical, artistic, and cultural heritage.
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