Muncie Arts & Culture

Donations to the Muncie Arts and Culture Council are tax-deductible and a great way to support your art community.


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Your contribution to MACC's endowment fund with the Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County helps ensure continued financial support of our organization well into the future.

The Muncie Arts & Culture Trail aims to improve the quality of life of Muncie residents by providing a well-designed bike and pedestrian transportation and recreation trail that connects the city’s premiere arts, culture, heritage, and greenway amenities while also reinforcing economic growth, future creative endeavors, and an inspired sense of place.

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The Muncie Public Arts Fund supports the Muncie Public Arts Program as outlined in the Muncie Public Arts Plan. These funds may be used for program management, publishing promotional materials, advertising meetings, design services, artist services, and acquisition and/or fabrication and installation costs of new works of art. Funds are allocated by the Muncie Public Arts Committee with the approval of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council Board of Directors.

The Muncie Public Art Plan was approved by the City of Muncie and the Board of Public Works on April 11, 2018.

PlySpace is an immersive Artist-in-Residence program based in the Emily Kimbrough Historic District in downtown Muncie, Indiana. PlySpace provides dedicated space and time for residents to investigate and pursue their own work. Additionally, it serves as a platform for experimentation and provocation by sparking conversation and collaboration with various Muncie communities.

PlySpace is a program of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council in partnership with the City of Muncie, Ball State University School of Art, and Sustainable Muncie Corporation. PlySpace is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Learn more at the PlySpace website.

That One Film Festival is dedicated to screening and exhibiting works of moving image that are experimental, weird, obsessive, no/low budget, avant-garde and fun. Both support emerging and experimental creators while broadening an understanding of what moving image can be by engaging and educating audiences through film screenings. That One Microcinema shares the same mission with screenings programmed in the fall and spring seasons when That One Film Festival is on break!

Learn more about our That One programs by visiting the That One Film Festival website.