Donors & Sponsors

Printing Partners maintains that arts organizations not only provide entertainment, but also enhance quality of life, educate children and broaden minds. A robust supporter of the arts, Printing Partners is a Level 4 sponsor of Nickel Plate Arts. Brian Miller is a senior account executive...

As the first certified B Corp in Indiana, the Bohlsen Group uses “the power of business for good.” The full-service marketing firm pledges in-kind services to its nonprofit partners in the form of a 10 percent services discount of their overall fees. In its most...

Bryan Glover represents the third generation of Glover family ownership of Mr. G’s Liquors, founded in 1977 and co-owned by Bryan’s uncle Myron Glover. As a Level 1 sponsor of Nickel Plate Arts, Mr. G’s often provides wine and spirits for several of our events...

  [caption id="attachment_21163" align="alignright" width="193"] Arts advocate Brian Short of Prizm: the Artists Supply Store.[/caption] “It was an opportunity to support an organization that encourages art at all levels,” says manager Brian Short of Prizm: the Artists Supply Store regarding the store’s relationship with Nickel Plate Arts....

Being a supporter of Nickel Plate Arts’ is about much more than raising funds. With the City of Noblesville, we are working in tandem to make our home base a great city to live, work and visit. Steve Cooke, Deputy Mayor of the City of...

Bob Burnett is Regional Services Director for the Indiana Arts Commission, a Premium Level sponsor of Nickel Plate Arts. He works with people, organizations and municipalities in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion and Shelby counties to help carry out the IAC’s mission to positively...

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...

The latest Nickel Plate Arts Guide is now available. Woo-hoo! Download it and connect with the people and places who are celebrating, making and advocating for the arts in your community. Download it now! Inside this issue: ARTS PARTNERS Collaboration Grows: Noblesville Arts Council Fishers Arts Council Keeps...

WE NEED YOU TO HELP US PREPARE FOR IMMINENT COMMUNITY CHANGES A shift is underway. As the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, Millennials are beginning to influence not just urban areas but also smaller and more suburban communities such as Fishers, Noblesville, Cicero, Tipton,...

I am so very excited to announce that we will be launching to operational independence from Hamilton County Tourism on Jan. 1, 2017.  We will be our own, stand-alone institution with both the freedom and the responsibility to set our own trajectory and manage our...