Building community around the arts is part of our mission at Nickel Plate Arts. Our campus projects the essence of that community of creative—often quirky—individuals who welcome imagination into their everyday routines. If you seek that same kind of individualism for your events, our creative space can be yours.
An icon of Noblesville’s historic downtown, the circa-1849 Judge Stone House features a sweeping, bright gallery space adjacent to an L-shaped room great for mingling or serving cocktails. Hardwood floors, lots of sunlight and two entrances help make one of Noblesville’s oldest homes timeless.
With its inviting wraparound porch and courtyard-facing entrance, the Stephenson House is an intimate home with lots of personality. The front room flows through a wide archway into a second “classroom,” leading back to a full kitchen. Artist studios are located upstairs, sending creative vibes your way.
*Our two historic homes border an intimate courtyard space with permanent sculptures. Parking is available in multiple parking lots very near to the Nickel Plate Arts campus and on the street. Both homes are accessible for people with disabilities.
Invite your guests into a space that inspires conversations, playfulness and curiosity. At Nickel Plate Arts, you can unplug from the humdrum, expected routine and create an event that will be memorable for years to come. Tailor your event to your whims even more. With plenty of resources and big ideas at our disposal, we are happy to help. Consider how art can enhance your plans. We can help you:
There’s always a reason to celebrate at Nickel Plate Arts, and we hope you will celebrate with us! We are open to you bringing in a caterer of your choice. And we can always help you find the right entertainment or activities to make guests happy. Here are a few ideas:
Hourly rental fee (two-hour minimum) of our historic homes includes use of three tables and 20 chairs.
Use of brick courtyard area—$50
Use of each piece of additional equipment such as patio heater, wood fire pit or audiovisual equipment —$50
Use of linens—$5/tablecloth
Must include at least one paid hour for set-up and tear down (30 minutes each). Renter is responsible for applicable permits. A separate $100 damage deposit is due at the time of the acceptance of the rental agreement.
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