In our Judge Stone House Gallery, Nickel Plate Arts welcomes submissions from artists throughout Central Indiana. Preference is given to those in or connected to the five communities along the 30-mile historic Nickel Plate Railroad in eastern Hamilton County. If you have questions or encounter issues with our submission form, please contact Les Reinhardt at Lreinhardt@nickelplatearts.org.
“Literally Inspired” is a new exhibit curated by the Gal’s Guide Library. To submit for this show, please click HERE.
“Literally Inspired” will showcase work that is inspired by literature, poetry, movies, TV shows, and books. We are currently seeking: paintings, photography, sculptures, mixed media, and wearable art.
Elementary students from Noblesville schools take over the Judge Stone House with their inspirational art and energy!
If you have questions about participation, please inquire directly with your student’s art teacher at their Noblesville elementary school.
The healing power of creating is soothing to the soul and opens our hearts and minds to others.
Art is an important tool that many of turn to to process our emotions, explore our fears, and rediscover our strengths. Share the projects that helped you make it through a hard time, that express the importance of the arts, or that have helped to uplift someone you care about.
This exhibit explores Indiana’s evolving cultural heritage.
We seek artwork in all media that celebrates the different cultures, perspectives and experiences that shape Hamilton County’s current social landscape. Whether you’re capturing the sunlight reflecting off your grandmother’s heirloom china, or exploring the feeling of belonging, we want to see how local culture shapes you and your art!
This exhibit will showcase 200 years of history in Noblesville, Indiana.
Share your original art or photographs of Noblesville’s history and heritage, including images of spaces that no longer exist, moments that capture life in the county seat, or memories from your earlier life.
In the Noblesville City Hall Gallery, the City welcomes submissions from artists throughout Central Indiana. Preference is given to those living in or with strong connections to Noblesville, Indiana. Scroll down on the right to reach City Hall’s submission form.
If you have questions or encounter issues with our submission form, please contact Les Reinhardt at Lreinhardt@nickelplatearts.org.
“Keep America Beautiful” focuses on the beauty of Noblesville and the surrounding areas. We welcome photography, drawings, paintings, and odes to the charm of our historic downtown.
In celebration of spring and the annual Indiana Peony Festival on May 20th, we adorn the gallery with beautiful blossoms and blooms of art! Photography, drawings, paintings, and mixed media works are welcome – as long as the celebrate the glorious floral delights of Indiana, especially our state flower, the peony.
It’s Noblesville Township’s month to celebrate Hamilton County’s Bicentennial. As the county seat, Noblesville needs to show off the best that our county can offer. We’re looking for historical photos and artwork that feature people, places and things of days gone by. We also welcome new artwork that reflects on the nostalgia of yesteryear.
Abstract Art opens us up to a variety of mediums and possibilities. We welcome all mediums and styles of abstract art for this month’s exhibit.
The Meyer-Najem Corp. headquarters in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District hosts quarterly exhibits featuring contemporary art with a modern or abstract feel.
The gallery does well with large 2-D hanging works and a collection of small works, or about 40 smaller pieces. The space can be shared with another artist. Works will be available for purchase. Exhibiting artists enjoy an opening reception at Meyer-Najem.
The spacious open-concept gallery space is open to the public. Its gray and white walls offer neutral backgrounds to contrast artwork. A hallway branches off the gallery with multiple spotlights to showcase more art. High ceilings and exposed ductwork round out the contemporary space.
Four Day Ray Brewery offers artists the ability to hang artwork in select locations around the first and second floors of their restaurant in Fishers. The exhibiting artist will have an opening reception at Four Day Ray in the brewery area on a Monday or Tuesday with complimentary beers on tap, courtesy of Four Day Ray. Only 2-D artwork can be accommodated, and anywhere from 9 to 13 pieces can be on display, pending size.
To be considered for these opportunities, contact Les Reinhardt at email@example.com for information on how to become a Showcase Level Member.
TO SUBMIT: Use the form on this page to submit up to 3 pieces for consideration by the date specified. If you have difficulty with the form, please submit your information to Les via email.
: Use the form on this page to submit up to 3 pieces for consideration by the date specified. You can submit multiple times. If you have difficulty with the form, please submit your information to Les Reinhardt via email.