Author: Curtis Honeycutt

Linda Cordial is still in the early days of her life as a painter. She started working in acrylics just a few years ago and enjoys dabbling in different styles, colors and canvases — painting on rocks, wood and slate. She has been known to...

Our Summer Arts Guide and Annual Report is now live. Look for the print version soon at Nickel Plate Arts' Noblesville campus and at all of our partner and sponsor locations. We make this guide as a way of letting you know what's coming up with...

Thompson Thrift Retail Group (TTRG), on behalf of Fishers District, the Fishers Arts and Cultural Commission, and Nickel Plate Arts is soliciting artist proposals for four prominent outdoor wall murals to be installed at the new Fishers District located on 116th and IKEA Way near...

It's back! The Nickel Plate Arts Maker Faire returns this spring to showcase the works of our talented local artisans and makers. Join us on Saturday, June 15 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on the downtown Noblesville Courthouse Square alongside the 42nd Annual Strawberry Festival organized...

We have some fresh faces on staff here at Nickel Plate Arts. Meet Koda Witsken: Name: Nekoda "Koda" Witsken What is your job title? Officer Manager What interesting jobs have you had prior to this one? Independent Contractor as an artist/muralist; senior business development executive...

Noblesville-based arts nonprofit seeks public input on naming the store and invites artists to submit potential inventory [NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA] – A Noblesville-focused gift shop is coming to the Downtown Noblesville Square. Nickel Plate Arts, in partnership with the City of Noblesville, Noblesville Main Street and Hamilton...