Artist Opportunities

The City of Noblesville seeks an eye-popping, brightly colored, abstract or geometric design to serve as the backdrop of this newly activated public space. This mural is meant to beautify the alley which will be a pedestrian centered gateway into downtown and will add vibrancy...

With the generous support of the Hamilton County Community Foundation, The Richard M. Shulze Family Foundation, and 100 Women Who Care Hamilton County, Nickel Plate Arts has been able to assemble sets of art supplies for adults, teens and children who cannot currently afford or...

During this time when much of our communities, culture, and country have ground to a halt, we'd like to provide resources and virtual experiences for you to continue to take in art from our talented area artists. Art can bring us together during times of...

The City of Noblesville and Nickel Plate Arts are partnering to continue the banner art gallery to be displayed on the downtown Noblesville street poles beginning in June. The program will showcase artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County region.The culture of art in...

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...

Four Day Ray seeks artists to design and paint a 12 ft x 7 ft indoor mural to be installed in designated space on the brick entrance wall inside their restaurant and brewery building at 11671 Lantern Rd, Fishers, IN 46038. This mural is meant...

Improbable Fiction Theatre Company (IFTC) is holding open auditions for the part of Christopher Robin, seeking a male actor with a stage age between 16 and 28, for its production of A.A. Milne’s The House at Pooh Corner, adapted by Bettye Knapp. This gentle children’s comedy...

In the late 19th century, Noblesville was the largest city in Hamilton County. The Firestone plant and Forest Park were not yet built. The high school was downtown in Seminary Park and there was no hospital. Several railroads ran through town. The city limits barely...

Book Launch 2020 The Polk Street ReviewFebruary 29, 6 – 8:30p.m.Hamilton County Artists' Association195 S 5th Street, Noblesville “Leap” on over to the book launch for The Polk Street Review 2020 edition! Join us at the Hamilton County Artists' Association's Birdie Gallery for the book launch!...