Author: Ailithir McGill

We’re pleased to announce Curtis Honeycutt as Nickel Plate Art’s new marketing coordinator. He is a much welcome addition to our small but mighty staff team. Curtis will help take our marketing and promotion efforts to the next level. When asked why he’s excited to start...

Nickel Plate Arts seeks an energetic, community-minded marketing and communications professional to join our team! We need a staff member who can help us spread the word about all of the amazing things our artists, partners, and community members are up to and who can keep...

Comic Book in a Day Returns Saturday, October 6th, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. at the Ignite Studio at the Fishers Library! We are excited to announce that the new home of Comic Book in a Day is the Ignite Studio at the Fishers Library. This...

 Hamilton County residents, workers invited to take survey on housing needs  Anyone who lives or works in Hamilton County is invited to share their thoughts on local housing needs by completing an online survey available by clicking here. The multiple-choice questionnaire, which takes less than 10...

If you missed this year's Annual Meeting on July 12th, fret not!  The transcript and Powerpoint Presentationfrom the meeting are available here!   Click here to view the Annual Meeting Powerpoint Presentation TRANSCRIPT: Welcome: presented by Corrie Meyer Thank you for joining us today! Once a year, we take...

Looking for a way to support you local arts community?  Why not volunteer?! Each month, we need the help of talented, fun-loving people like you to support all of the amazing things going on in our arts community!  Here are the volunteer opportunities that are coming...

Eric moved back to Central Indiana from Washington, DC with his wife to be an American Sign Language interpreter.  The couple had plans to buy a tiny house to help pay down debt and have settled into the renovated garage behind his father Leroy's home. ...

Our 2018 Summer Arts Guide - which includes our Annual Report - is now available! Click here to read the electronic version:                 If you'd like to have a copy mailed to you, become a member today!...

Noblesville resident, early-learning advocate, and Nickel Plate Arts member Philip Mott interviewed Executive Director Aili McGill about her new children's book, about Nickel Plate Arts and the important role that the arts can play in education for children and adults! Click here to see the entire...

Looking for a way to support your local arts community?  Why not volunteer?! Each month, we need the help of talented, fun-loving people like you to support all of the amazing things going on in our arts community!  Here are the volunteer opportunities that are coming...