Author: Casey

It’s fair to say Church Church Hittle + Antrim was on the ground floor of Nickel Plate Arts. The Hamilton County law firm’s early support has helped us grow and evolve to make an greater impact in our shared community. Firm leader and partner Doug...

“All you need is faith, dust, and a little pixie dust.” – J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan If you think you’ve seen tiny houses, just wait. In just a few short weeks, Nickel Plate Arts will open its doors to the fairy folk of Hamilton County for...

“Valentine’s Day for All” events, Temptation exhibit, First Friday and more happenings to fall in love with NOBLESVILLE, IND. — This February, unplug and create with Nickel Plate Arts in hipstoric Downtown Noblesville. VALENTINE’S DAY FOR ALL: Date Nights, Feb. 10, 11 and 14; 6-9 p.m. Make Nickel Plate...

Funding Will Fuel Arts Programs For Underserved Residents NOBLESVILLE, IND. — Nickel Plate Arts has received a $10,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to support community-building efforts in Hamilton County’s Jackson Township. The funding will help the organization invest in the creative economies of communities...

Community-Wide Exhibit Headlines Month of Arts Exploits at Nickel Plate Arts   NOBLESVILLE, IND. — This January, unplug and create with Nickel Plate Arts in hipstoric Downtown Noblesville. COMMUNITY-WIDE EXHIBIT: The Artist Next Door, Jan. 6-27 Art is for and by everyone, found in nooks, crannies and Nickel Plate Arts’...

Consider art’s role in your life and how Nickel Plate Arts can feed your need Food, water, shelter. We need those things. But do we really need art? We would argue with an emphatic “Yes!” not just because we are in the business of running an...

Buy, Make, Love Locally Made Art for the Holidays NOBLESVILLE, IND. — The holiday season at Nickel Plate Arts offers you chances to create, shop and revel in the winter arts magic. Stop by for one-of-a-kind arts gifts at a range of price points. Don’t miss...

  [caption id="attachment_20034" align="alignright" width="300"] Jessica Springman's hydrophobic art installation, INVisible Art, on the sidewalks in the Nickel Plate Business District.[/caption] When Braden Business Systems moves its headquarters to the downtown Fishers Nickel Plate District in 2017, you can expect to see some kind of public art...

Noblesville Arts Council’s cultural arts district plans and its vision for the city [caption id="attachment_20029" align="alignright" width="200"] Alaina Shonkwiler[/caption] Alaina Shonkwiler, the City of Noblesville’s economic development assistant director and convener of the Noblesville Arts Council, introduces us to the work of this exciting organization. What’s the Noblesville...

It’s a safe bet that you know an artist — professional or hobbyist — living within a few blocks of your home. We want to know them, too, and The Artist Next Door exhibit in January is a great place for all of us to...