Every year Noblesville Creates seeks to recognize leaders and visionaries who are expanding and improving opportunities for artists and art-lovers. You can help highlight superstars in our arts community by nominating them for this year’s Noblesville Creates Awards! The selected nominees will individuals who show......

Accuracy is the name of the game for local artist Michael Levine. His May exhibit in the Stephenson Gallery showcases “Flowers and Still Life” painting and pastels in his favored Realism style. His work strives to portray tangible objects, whether it be flowers, fruits, vessels,......

The full “Flowers and Still Life” exhibit can be seen in the Stephenson House May 3rd through the 31st, Wednesday through Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Visitors can meet Michael during his May First Friday reception......

Flowers won’t be the only thing cross pollinating this Spring. Claudia Labin, Irwin Labin, Andy Ball, Julie Ball, Jim Barnes, Howard Friedman, Freddie Kelvin, Debbie Kirby, Bonnie Maurer, Tom Mueller, Bill Wehmeier, Pat Wehmeier, and Gayle Williams will be sharing an exhibit from April through......

Chromatic shapes, colors, and texture will add wonder to Four Day Ray Brewing in Fishers this Spring. Liz Hamstra’s showcase exhibit, Into the Kaleidoscope, will be a one of a kind viewing experience from April through June. Liz graduated from Heron School of Art with......

Flowers won’t be the only thing cross pollinating this Spring. Claudia Labin, Irwin Labin, Andy Ball, Julie Ball, Jim Barnes, Howard Friedman, Freddie Kelvin, Debbie Kriby, Bonnie Maurer, Tom Mueller, Bill Wehemier, Pat Wehemier, and Gayle Williams will be sharing an exhibit from April through......

Born and raised in Indiana, brother John has been honing his craftsmanship for decades. Originally a sketch artist and photographer, John uses his eye for detail and passion to create beauty through the lens of his camera to build one of a kind lamps. John’s......

The Hamilton County Invasives Project (HIP) and Hamilton County Tourism (HCT) have teamed up with Noblesville Creates to coordinate an exhibit all about local native plant life for the month of February. The HIP is a collaborative of Hamilton County citizens, environmental organizations, and government......

All Together is an exhibit of oil paintings and pastels by the award winning 8th Street Artists, who have had studios at Noblesville Creates for many years. Three of the artists–Rodney Reveal, Michael Janosky, and Roseanne Crowell–have been creating art in the two historic buildings that......

Craig Mullins is no stranger to Noblesville Creates – 2024 marks his eighth year participating in community and showcase level exhibits. For many years he has showcased his work in the Stephenson House and Meyer Najem galleries, and now he moves onto Four Day Ray’s......

The Stephenson House exhibit, Denis Lee – His Life in Art, will serve as a tribute to life for the late artist Denis Lee. Lee’s journey involved an evolution that showcased his diverse talents and unwavering passion for the arts. Born and raised in North Judson, Indiana, Lee......

Join us for the opening of The Portrait Collective: paintings and drawings by Simona Buna, Brad Fields, Lesley Haflich, Anthony Schillaci, and Stephanie Spay. The pieces in this show are all results of the Hamilton County Artists’ Association’s open studio figure drawing night that occurs......

Michael Jack considers himself an explorer and lifelong learner, but he is also an incredible local photographer who is full of stories to tell. His love for the Palouse region of Washington State–a location Jack has deemed as either a bucket list destination for photographers......

Jerry Mannell, an artist known for his diverse influences, doesn’t aim to emulate specific artists but draws inspiration from various sources, including the transitional phase of abstract art. His background in graphic design is evident in his use of shape and composition, blending seamlessly with......

Shelley Feeney is an accomplished artist with a deep passion for capturing the beauty of nature and landscapes through her vibrant and textured paintings. She currently resides in Fishers with her husband and three daughters and teaches art at Fall Creek Junior High.  Feeney’s preferred......

Critt Hunter has been on an amazing journey as an artist, and last year’s Noblesville Creates gala included a memorable milestone for him. “Noblesville Creates truly, truly holds a special place in my heart. The impact that Nickel Plate brought me, gave me strength.  Imagine......

Leslie Ober is an award-winning Indiana artist who dabbles in various mediums and subject matter. No matter the artwork, Ober’s goal is always to capture life and light in each and every one of her works.  Ober attended Indiana University where she received a degree......

Craig Mullins discovered his natural talent for drawing at an early age. Encouraged by his friends, teachers, and family to pursue his talent in some way, Mullins attended and taught at the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. For most of his......

John Dierdorf, a past member of the Noblesville Creates board, has a passion for artwork that creates expression for architectural elements, trees, and flowers. Abstract impressionism is Dierdorf’s preferred style and definition of his work, and the use of “loose, spontaneous brushstrokes” to capture the......

Carmel-based artist Claudia Labin’s approach to art is spiritual. She has always been attracted to mystery and mysticism, and she tries to shy away from political and social commentary or cultural statements. She has always gravitated towards mixed media, collage, and assemblage, as her art......

Our Summer Arts Guide includes a preview of our summer exhibits, quick snippets of information about projects on the horizon, the stories behind our upcoming showcase exhibits, and, of course, details about lots of great arts events! If you would like to receive a hard......

The T in HATCH Fest stands for Technology. June 17th, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., visit the South Alley in Noblesville to learn about robotics! Meet Ellie Clark and Curtis Honeycutt from Team Bloodsport from the Discovery Channel show BattleBots! The team will have......

Liz Hamstra is a multi-talented artist hailing from Fishers, Indiana. She graduated from Herron School of Art and Design with a BFA degree, specializing in ceramics, photography, and art history. Liz’s passion for art and creativity is evident in her vast body of work that......

Leigh Petersen loves to use art as a way to “escape” and “unwind,” to get in touch with her thoughts, dreams, and inner self. She has always been creative; even as a child, everyone assumed she would become some sort of artist. In high school,......

Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. seeks artists to create a vintage Americana-themed design for the annual Tenderloin TuesdayTM promotion (see inspiration and previous t-shirt designs for this promotion at the link below). The design should be celebratory in style as Hamilton County is celebrating its bicentennial......

Mark Timmis has been involved in the arts since the 1970s. After attending Indiana University for undergrad, he received his Master of Arts degree from Western Michigan University. He taught as an art professor in Evansville before transitioning into the IT field. Timmis took a......

Joy Tilson Cobb can’t remember a time in her life when she wasn’t working on some type of creative, visual project. She spent most of her childhood in Moorestown, New Jersey, and although small, the town and Tilson Cobb’s school were very involved in the......

Sheldon Shalley’s creative style of painting emerges from one of several methods: pulling images from his dreams, images he meets in meditation sessions, images he sees during Shamanic journeying and images inspired by models and photographs. Why these methods? Sheldon is a psychotherapist, and uses......

Jerry Mannell’s art is open to interpretation by the viewer—and that’s just the way he likes it. In Jerry’s work, a lot of things about composition, color, and line are tangential to each other. They relate, but not in a direct way and the overall......

Bobbi Samples is no stranger to Noblesville Creates, from being a longtime member of the board and a gala committee chair to an annual Showcase artist, her talents and support are seen and felt everywhere that Noblesville Creates has a presence. And for 2023, Bobbi......

Caroline Hays is an artist whose work demonstrates the layers of history that go into a place. Through her work’s textural surface, she invites the viewer to step into the history of each place in her exhibit “Read Between the Layers.” After graduating from IU......

Bob Hall is going to be our celebrity judge and Featured Artist at Comic Book in a Day (sponsored by Browning Day), 2023 on January 21st from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers. Local reporter Larry Lannan interviewed......

Date: 02/08/23 Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Location: The Community Room in the South Alley, behind NobleMade Cost: $10 Registration Link Attendance: 30 people maximum Description: Join us as we take you down the digital journey of someone looking to purchase or be inspired......

“I want to share my way of seeing human nature. I hope to lift the spirits of the viewer by showing the charm in our everyday activities.” Alice Lee had “played around with creativity” during her adult life, but only after she retired did she......

Remember waking up on a cold December morning and peeking out your window as a child, and to your delight, a perfect blanket of white snow has completely enveloped your little landscape. Seamless, you have trouble telling apart bushes near the sidewalk and the neighbor’s......

Our Winter Arts Guide includes a preview of our annual holiday exhibit, quick snippets of information about projects on the horizon, the stories behind our upcoming showcase exhibits, and, of course, details about lots of great arts events! If you would like to receive a......

Date: 12/7/22 Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Location: The Community Room in the South Alley, behind NobleMade Cost: $10 Registration Link: https://nickel-plate-arts.square.site/product/art-of-business-tax-planning-fundamentals/6432?cs=true&cst=custom Attendance: 30 people maximum Description: Yes, artists have to pay taxes too (and some of the requirements might surprise you)! Noblesville Creates’ board......

Muscled, spandex-clad superheroes versus fuzzy bunnies in striped sweaters.Moonlit, gritty city rooftops versus sunny meadows.Dark, moody character studies versus colorful, detailed botanical studies. These are the artistic battles that are waged daily in the Sayger-McGill Household. Aili McGill and Stuart Sayger met in 2013 and......

The On Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator program focuses on emerging artists and, according to the IAC, “includes a three-day intensive entrepreneurship and community engagement workshop and the chance to apply for up to $2,000 to put the lessons into action. Cohorts become incredible networks of......

Date: 10/24/22 Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Location: Judge Stone House at Noblesville Creates Cost: $10 Registration Link: https://nickel-plate-arts.square.site/product/social-media-workshop-art-of-business/6405?cs=true&cst=custom Attendance: 30 people maximum Description: Rachael Coverdale will lead artists through an interactive workshop on creating and elevating their brand. Artists will learn how to utilize......

Dan Howell’s clay work began when he was a boy, making sculptures on the creek banks near the source of the White River on his father’s farm in central Indiana. With encouragement for his high school art teacher, he continued his foray into clay. He......

“Tapping into your unrealized potential, and tipping into the next phase of your development.” Frederick Durham, Noblesville Creates’ 2021 Emerging Artist of the Year, is always ready to capture a moment in time. He does his best to not have a specific agenda when he......

Anthony (Tony) Schillaci shares his work in the Stephenson House this September with his exhibit titled, “Post Impressionism Realist.” It will include many of his figure and portrait works.  Tony became interested in drawing as a seventh grader with a sister who never stopped encouraging......

Fredrick Green paints what he knows. People, places, moments in time. Most recently, he has been exploring the theme of “Being There”.  Fred graduated from Indiana University with a BFA in printmaking. In his words, he “got a degree from IU and it took 35......

Poet Ape Productions of Chicago, in conjunction with Noblesville Creates, announces auditions for Thornton Wilder’s classic “Our Town” to be performed in Noblesville’s Historic Downtown’s South Alley September 29th through October 8th (Thursday-Saturday evenings).  Auditions will be August 11th and 14th from 7 to 9......

Can you play the electric guitar like Sister Rosetta Tharpe?  Can you bring poetry to life like Audre Lorde?  Can you paint like Jean-Michel Basquist? Can you quilt like Faith Ringold?  Can you dance like Maria Tallchief? Can you sculpt like Augusta Savage?  Noblesville Creates......

Marianne Glick is taking her paintings beyond the usual materials. Her upcoming showcase will display the “Layers and Patterns” she’s been excitedly exploring.  After retiring in 2005, Marianne became an avid art buyer through eBay. She gravitated towards abstract expressionist pieces and soon amassed an......

John Dierdorf’s style has always been a process. He first picked up a paintbrush in college while studying fine arts and discovered the limitations of realism. He felt restrained. “If I wanted to take a picture, I’d take a picture.” Inspired by Monet, Pissarro, and......

Michael Jack’s love of the Palouse region of Washington state in the Summer, and Maine in the Winter, are just two reasons that his upcoming Four Day Ray exhibit is so aptly titled, “Around the USA.”  An avid learner who loves to travel, Michael is......

We’ve compromised a short list of items to consider before you arrive for this year’s Maker Faire, June 18th, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Downtown Noblesville Square! 1. Bring–cloth totes or grocery bags, wagon, or something to carry your goods! 2. Cash–most vendors......

We’re excited to announce our annual awards nominations are now open! We are organizing all of our ducks, pencils, paintbrushes, and diamonds to finalize all Gala oriented event details. But first we want to make sure all artists and patrons have an opportunity to nominate......

Constantly creating in his Noblesville Creates studio, Rodney has been having a little fun lately interacting on social media. Once a painting is ready to hang on the wall of his studio, “I go on (Facebook) asking for titles, and people enjoy doing that.” Rodney......

As any creative entrepreneur can tell you, getting your creative business off the ground can be quite the achievement! We’re thrilled to announce a record-breaking number of maker faire vendor applicants this year and want to make sure they get the recognition they deserve. Search......

Michael McGuire is definitely a #miracleartist – and his introduction to art was not one that most people experience. Prior to October 10, 2015, Michael traveled for his medical sales job, working long hours, and focusing on his career and his family. But at 3......

Noblesville Creates is thrilled to announce a joint showcase, “NEIGHBORS”, in the Meyer Najem 2nd Floor Gallery from April 18 through June 27.   After being postponed twice in the last two years due to the pandemic, this show will finally happen! NEIGHBORS will feature the......

If you are having trouble applying for Maker Faire on our Maker Faire page, here is a separate application link. If you do not see the application above, then please view the images below and email the requested information to mailto: lreinhardt@noblesvillecreates.org Deadline to apply......

Fishers Arts & Culture CommissionA Call to Artists – Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Techway Trailhead Art Sculpture Project Overview The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission (FACC) and Rebar Development (Rebar) seeks an artist, artist team, or creative company to design and install an art sculpture......

Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. seeks artists to create a vintage Americana-themed design for the annual Tenderloin TuesdayTM promotion (see inspiration and previous t-shirt designs for this promotion at the link below). The design should be celebratory in style, taking into consideration that this is an......

Kathryn Smith was always interested in the arts, but she began as a performer—dance, acting, singing—and didn’t take her first real visual arts class until her senior year in high school. As she got into college, working toward a degree in elementary education, she realized......

Megan Hutchins’ wood and galvanized nail creations are not only unique, but unexpected, “A lot of people assume when I go to shows that [my work] was [done by] a male artist. It’s fun to put on a skirt and eyelashes, put on a show......

Creativity has been the unifying backbone of Jerry Mannell’s professional career. A Fine Arts and English Literature major in college, Jerry combined his love of visual and written stories into a career as a graphic designer, working for an ad agency for a few years.......

(INDIANAPOLIS) Today, the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced it has awarded $204,000 to 102 creative entrepreneurs to fund arts projects around the state through the agency’s On-Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator program.   Each funded project will support the pursuit of a clearly defined business goal that also supports the entrepreneur’s community.  ......

J. Rodney Reveal has been a creator of fine art for more than forty years. His paintings are represented in public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe, and Brazil. Collectors include country vocalists as well as the Grand Canyon Association, which purchased his......

Our latest Arts Guide is here and it’s full of fabulous ideas for your 2021 Holiday Shopping season, plus tips on how to make this winter especially cozy. Just click on the link below to read more! Find out about our upcoming exhibits and mark......

Rocky Walls, Cofounder of Noblesville-based, documentary film company 12 Stars Media and Executive Director of niche streaming service Hoodox, focuses on telling stories of interesting characters that inspire communities to make positive changes. Rocky has directed three feature-length documentaries – Finding Hygge (2019), No Limits: An Arts Series Focused on Access for All (2020) and IMBPREZ (2021).......

Born in Indianapolis, Jennifer Hoard, first started to play with collaging out of boredom in elementary school, after finishing work early. Her teacher told her, “Go cut something out of National Geographic” and that was all it took. Starting with putting bird heads on pictures......

Brad Fields’ painting style follows in the footsteps of the American Masters of Watercolor like Winslow Homer, Chet Reneson, Andrew Wyeth and contemporaries like Mario A. Robinson, Rob Evans and Dean Mitchell. His paintings are full of realistic details and loose flowing “glorious messes” that......

The arts have been part of Jerry Dreesen’s life for over 60 years. In his twenties, poetry was his passion, but in his fifties Jerry fell in love with painting. His introduction to Haiku fascinated Jerry, which then evolved into Haiga (Haiku with an accompanying......

“Paint the Town Red” event raised $50K for the Noblesville non-profit On September 23, 2021, over 150 gala attendees gathered at the Hub & Spoke design center to honor the 21 arts nominees and celebrate Noblesville Creates’ ninth anniversary. The night’s theme was “Paint the......

Noblesville nonprofit will “Paint the Town Red” at September’s celebratory event On September 23, 2021, Noblesville Creates will hold its ninth anniversary “Paint the Town Red” gala to celebrate the area’s diverse and growing arts scene in Hamilton County. The evening’s capstone event is the......

Many things were put on hold this past year, one of which was in-person art shows. Abstract impressionist painter John Dierdorf hopes that’s about to change.  John’s work features outdoor scenes like gardens, flowers, and trees. Recently he has created larger pieces – some as......

Michael enjoys capturing the ruggedness and beauty of landscapes across the country. When considering options for photography destinations, he scopes out beautiful landscapes that will capture the story that he wants the image to tell.  In the spirit of being a lifelong learner, Michael is......

“Don’t get artwork to match your couch. Collect original art; support artists.” This has been Patty Coulter’s mantra since the start of her interior design days back in Southern California.  Patty is an artist with an incredible story of overcoming tragedy, heartbreak, and faith. Experiencing......

Belinda Short brings a challenging exhibit to Four Day Ray this Summer with “Try It”—an eclectic collection of mixed media projects which showcases the creative challenges Belinda enjoys solving.  Belinda streams all of her work online, which means she ends up working on several pieces......

Even though Craig Ogden has been expressing his artistic side his entire professional career, his upcoming exhibit will celebrate Craig’s last two official years as an artist, aptly called “Two Years Later.” Craig’s paintings are mostly done in acrylics on canvas, paper, or Masonite panels. Each......

Many Noblesville Creates supporters are familiar with Marianne Glick’s colorful, contemporary, abstract paintings, frequently featuring nature – landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, or flowers. Well, hold on to your hats because Marianne is featuring something completely new in her July exhibit at the Stephenson House – faces!   ......

“Streets of Gold,” our June Stephenson House exhibit, showcases the photography of Frederick Durham. Receiving his first digital camera from his grandfather sparked Frederick’s fascination with photography at a young age. “[He] was the one who got me started: got me a camera, got me......

From May 7-29, Anthony Schillaci shares his artwork at Noblesville Creates in the Stephenson House, with a collection of portrait and figure studies, landscapes, and other enchanting works. Learn about Anthony, in his own words: Tony became interested in drawing as a seventh grader with......

A Chicago transplant, comfortably settled into her Geist home studio, Sharon Jiskra Brooks loves to be surrounded by nature and water. “I always wanted to be an artist – my dad was a professional photographer, and I’ve been around the arts my whole life.” She......

Megan Hutchins is a 41-year-old mother of five who created a brand-new art form just six short years ago. A graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a Graphics Design degree, it wasn’t until she was creatively bored and pregnant with her fifth child......

Fifth annual Noblesville Creates Awards announced at Mustard Seed Gardens On September 23, Noblesville Creates held its eighth anniversary gala with the fifth edition of the Noblesville Creates Awards, celebrate the area’s burgeoning arts scene and recognize some of the most valuable artists and arts......

Fred Green is an artist that has always had a knack for storytelling. His heart and mind actively balance equal parts art and science on a daily basis. From his early art days earning a BFA in printmaking to his exploration of lithography as a......

Melissa Bruhn excitedly debuts her first solo exhibit at Noblesville Creates in January 2020. Bruhn will showcase a two-part theme, “Polarity”.  This theme will firstly highlight the literally “polar” creatures who may no longer be with us in a few years as their polar habitat......

The latest issue of our Arts Guide magazine is here! You will be inspired when you read about all the amazing ways artists in our area have been getting their art in the open . . . and we’re pretty sure that you’ll want to......

Simona Buna has been an artist all her life. Harkening back to her childhood, she remembers her house as smelling of turpentine and oils and being filled with her mother’s and father’s canvases. One day when she was thirteen, she picked up a canvas herself......

Celebrate the talents of over twenty-five local authors at Hamilton East Public Library’s fifth annual “Local Author Fair”. On Saturday, November 2 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Fishers Library, join us for meet and greets, book sales and signings, refreshments, and raffles......

The period between the 1890’s and the 1920’s is known in the art world as the Golden Age of American Illustration, and two Noblesville brothers were important contributors to this movement.  George Brehm (1878-1966) and Worth Brehm (1883-1928) grew up in Noblesville, graduated from Noblesville......

The Fishers Arts Council along with The City of Fishers is currently seeking artists, artisans and performers to participate in the Fishers Arts Crawl scheduled for this September. Artists of all ages and disiplines encouraged to apply! The Arts Crawl is a rain or shine......

Fred Green is an artist that has always had a knack for storytelling. His heart and mind actively balance equal parts art and science on a daily basis. From his early art days earning a BFA in printmaking to his exploration of lithography as a......

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) announced today registration is open for the third annual Indiana Arts Homecoming taking place October 24 – 25, 2019 at the Indiana Historical Society in downtown Indianapolis. The Indiana Arts Homecoming is a gathering of Indiana’s artists, arts providers, and creative communities......

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) has announced that 33 creative entrepreneurs throughout the state will receive funding for their business goals through the agency’s On-Ramp 2019 Fellowship. The fellows are part of the 2019 On-Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator. After completing a three-day course led by arts entrepreneurship trainer Elaine Grogan Luttrull, each......

Once a year, the Juried Artists of HCAA battle against each other for ribbon awards, determined by a panel of guest judges with no connections to the Hamilton County Artists Association! It is an all-in-good-fun competition! Come see the “best” artwork HCAA Birdie Gallery has......

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......

Fresh from a successful exhibit  in the Meyer Najem Gallery in Fishers, John Dierdorf returns home to Noblesville and to Noblesville Creates in June 2019 with “Impressions,” his first showcase exhibit in the Stephenson House gallery. The timing couldn’t be better, as Dierdorf celebrates his......

Fishers High School & Hamilton Southeastern High School Senior Showcase Open for Month of April at The Art Gallery at City Hall Awards Ceremony and Reception 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., May 3rd    Fishers (March 18, 2019) – “Senior Showcase” celebrates the 2D photography,......

We have some fresh faces on staff here at Noblesville Creates. 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 at......

Display your work in our Judge Stone House gallery this March! Many great pieces of art tell a story, and we’d like to showcase yours. Noblesville Creates presents, “Process: Exploring the Healing Power of Art” an exhibit that explores creative catharsis and the therapeutic benefits of......

Keep Noblesville Beautiful seeks artists to design and create 1 or all 7 figures for a sculpture celebrating the Midland Trace Trail through a bicycle inspired art project. Above is a rough sketch of the idea and the location. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Interested artists must......

In March 2019, the Noblesville Gift Shop will become a permanent retail space for our community, aimed at selling Noblesville-themed arts, crafts, and handmade goods created by the Noblesville Creates community and its partners. The Noblesville Gift Shop first opened for the 2018 holiday season......

Fairyville 2019: April 17 – 20 Open Call Out for: – Musicians, Actors, and Entertainers – Teaching Artists to run Workshops – Fairyville Tea Party Hosts – Artisans to create Fairy-centric merchandise – Volunteers for reception & awards Also – entries for the Fairy Home......

January 15 – February 28, 2019 Sponsored by Noblesville Creates and Blackhawk Winery & Vineyard We are pleased to announce the inaugural Blackhawk Winery Wine Label Art Contest.  One selected artist will be featured on the second edition art-themed wine label for the Blackhawk Winery......

Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch along with Treasurer Kelly Mitchell and the Indiana Arts Commission announced details for the 2019 Hoosier Women Artists contest. “Receiving the artwork and meeting the women behind the pieces is something I look forward to every year,” Crouch said. “The artists......

Noblesville residents are invited to submit designs for a community art sculpture to decorate the interior of a new roundabout coming to the intersection of Field Drive and Cumberland Drive later this year. The winning design will serve as inspiration for a professional artist’s creation,......

  Artists and Artisans Call-Out: Spark!Fishers Art Fair Talented fine artists and artisans are invited to apply for the 2019 Spark!Fishers Art Fair. The Art Fair will be held on Saturday, June 29, 2019 from 8 a.m.-Noon alongside the weekly Fishers Farmers Market. The Art......

    THE ART GALLERY AT CITY HALL– CALL FOR ARTISTS   The Fishers Arts Council along with Noblesville Creates and The City of Fishers is currently seeking 2D artists to exhibit in the 2019 Art Gallery at City Hall in Fishers. Selected artwork will......

Congratulations to our Prized Possessions winners! The November exhibit featured Noblesville Creates artists’ best works from the past year. After much deliberation, our jury of judges selected the following works:...

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Noblesville Parks and Recreation is currently seeking artisans interested in participating in their new Pop Up Art Shop in December.  All types of artists are desired, ranging from paintings to jewelry to fresh holiday wreaths. Anything that could be a gift, decoration or used to......

It’s been a busy year for Rodney Reveal. A retired firefighter, Rodney spends many weekday afternoons in his sunny studio on the first floor of the Stephenson House here at Noblesville Creates. With his four-legged assistant Thunder at his side, Rodney sits diligently in front......

The Fishers Arts Council along with Noblesville Creates and The City of Fishers is currently seeking 8-10 artisans interested in demonstrating and selling their art in Fishers City Hall as part of Small Business Saturday’s Holiday Programming in Fishers.  Set to take place on Saturday,......

A group of local creatives have joined forces to publish a new all-inclusive, light-hearted zine about Fishers and surrounding areas. “The Locale,” created by a skeleton crew of local folks who take pride in their community, will connect residents of the Nickel Plate Region with......

The Noblesville Preservation Alliance Presents the First Annual Seminary Park Lighted Sculpture Contest. The Preservation Alliance will be celebrating the holidays by creating a lighting display in Seminary Park using vintage and antique lights and decorations from Noblesville’s past. They want to continue the tradition......

Local performers are invited to take the stage with Fishers Music Works at two of Fishers’ favorite holiday events. Performers of all types can join Fishers Music Works ensembles for an entertaining holiday celebration at the Shop Fishers and Winter Wonderland events. Shop Fishers is Saturday, November......

The Heart Art Cultural Activation campaign is a project designed to highlight the Noblesville Cultural Arts District by featuring works by local artists that express their love for this community. The City of Noblesville seeks artists to design and create works of art inspired by......

DESCRIPTION OF RESIDENCY Ignite Studio invites central Indiana artists to serves as our Maker-in-Residence for a 12-week period. Ignite Studio is an arts-focused makerspace designed to offer broad access to the Hamilton County community to a variety of art and making practices. Our goal is......

Calling all comic book artists and fans! One of our favorite Signature Events is back again and bigger than ever! Comic Book in a Day has attracted fans and artists from all over the midwest for the last four years, and with good reason. This......

The Town of Arcadia is accepting applications for its new holiday artisan event, “Arcadia Christmas Market on Main.” The market is scheduled for Saturday, December 1st from 4-8pm at Arcadia Town Hall, 208 W. Main Street. Application deadline is Saturday, October 20th.  For full details......

Reconnecting to Our Waterways’ (ROW) Pleasant Run Waterway Committee has successfully completed their CreatINg Places crowdfunding campaign, Spruce up Spruce Bridge, and is seeking artists or artist teams to create permanent public artwork as part of this new interactive space. The Spruce Bridge project seeks......

For the month of September, Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Roseanne Crowell will be the Featured Artist at the Carmel Clay Public Library. Her work can be viewed on the Art Wall in the main entrance of the building. Patrons can purchase prints and cards of......

    The Fishers Arts Council along with Noblesville Creates and The City of Fishers is currently seeking 2D artists to exhibit in October and December at the Gallery of Art at City Hall, Fishers, Indiana. The theme for October is Bountiful Harvest and December......

Noblesville artist Michael Janosky has been selected as a 2018 Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Artist-in-Residence. Janosky was born and raised in Michigan City, IN near the Indiana Dunes and Lake Michigan. He is a 1983 graduate of Michigan City Rogers High School and a 1987......

The Hamilton County Artists’ Association (HCAA) is offering local artists the opportunity to display their work in The Birdie Gallery from October 6-27, 2018. The exhibit, entitled “Our Creative Community”, will be a non-judged event featuring the varied and talented artistic endeavors currently being produced......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

You might recognize the names and voices of Ann Craig-Cinnamon and John Cinnamon who spent 30 years in broadcasting in Indianapolis on highly-rated radio shows and on television. They are also world travelers and photographers and will be displaying 70 of their travel photos throughout......

Two local artists in the Nickel Plate Region have been selected to participate in the High Art Billboard Project organized by the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Out of 127 Hoosier applicants, H. Ward Miles and Brian Brosmer were among the 10 applications chosen to have......

Carol Griffith is a Noblesville Creates Member and Volunteer with a background in watercolor painting and photography. A modern renaissance woman, Carol has stories and tales from her previous lives in a variety of creative outlets. Today, she paints mostly ladies – her friends –......

Local artist, President of the Equine Arts Guild, and former Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Jan Snyder will be showcasing a new collection of art in our Stephenson House gallery this August. Her exhibit, “Pathways,” will feature the results of her exploration into a looser, freer......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Jessica Springman has been drawing since the age of seven.  She worked her way through school and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Westminster College of Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1998, with dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Communications and Art.  After moving to Indiana, her path lead......

Noblesville Creates Member Jessica Springman will be the featured artist of Greenfield Banking Company’s Art Gallery through September 2018. The GBC Art Gallery, located on the second floor of the Main Office at 1920 North State Street (SR 9) in Greenfield, is open to the public......

Growing up in Ohio, Jan Snyder always knew she would be an artist.  Influenced by her high school art teacher who stressed realism, and educated at Herron School of Art and the Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis, IN, Jan strives to create paintings that evoke......

The Fishers Arts Council is pleased to announce its 2018 Art in City Hall Exhibit Season. Each month, there will be a new exhibit of artwork reflecting a variety of topics relative to the City of Fishers and offered by the residents of Fishers and......

If you missed this year’s Annual Meeting on July 12th, fret not!  The transcript and Powerpoint Presentationfrom the meeting are available here!   Click here to view the Annual Meeting Powerpoint Presentation TRANSCRIPT: Welcome: presented by Corrie Meyer Thank you for joining us today! Once......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist J. Rodney Reveal recently participated in the Oil Painters of America’s annual Salon Show Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils. During the opening reception on Friday, June 22, J. Rodney Reveal received a 2nd Place award in the Plein Air Competition for his......

About Lesley With vibrant strokes of color and energy, Lesley Haflich lends contemporary flair to classic icons of our world. Her timeless oil paintings will be a welcome accent to any décor. Lesley has a degree in fine art from Purdue University and is a......

  J. Rodney Reveal was born and raised in Noblesville. He was granted a full painting and sculpture scholarship to the California College of Arts in Oakland, California, and returned to Indianapolis’ John Herron School of Art to continue his studies. He was encouraged by Gordon......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artists Lesley Haflich and J. Rodney Reveal left the four walls of their studios behind and have been setting up their easels up at the Prairie Guest House over the last couple of weeks. Both are all smiles, showing off their artwork during drop......

This past week, Noblesville Creates Studio Artist J. Rodney Reveal participated in Oil Painters of America’s annual Salon Show Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils. The exhibit and contest is hosted at Crooked Tree Arts Center, whose mission is “to inspire and enrich lives through the arts”.......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Eric O’Dell has been awarded an On-Ramp 2018 Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission. The grant is a continuation of their new On-Ramp accelerator, a program designed to boost the entrepreneurial skills of Hoosier artists through a three-day intensive training course, certification,......

James Anderson is a local photographer, author, and longtime support of Noblesville Creates. After retiring from a 35-year career in information technology, he rediscovered his artistic side and has explored his creative skills through a variety of photo projects. He often finds himself inspired by nature......

Who doesn’t yearn for a summer vacation of beautiful scenery and adventure? This July, local travel lovers and arts aficionados are in for a treat as James Anderson offers a trip to the wild, wild west via Noblesville Creates’ Stephenson House gallery. Back for his......

Eric moved back to Central Indiana from Washington, DC with his wife to be an American Sign Language interpreter.  The couple had plans to buy a tiny house to help pay down debt and have settled into the renovated garage behind his father Leroy’s home. ......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

A popular hangout in Fishers has a new look. Handel’s Ice Cream on 116th street in the Nickel Plate District unveiled a colorful new mural on the east side of their building. Designed and painted by artist Craig Martin of Lafayette, the mural was a......

Here at Noblesville Creates, we are lucky to work with a wide variety of artists in our network through exhibits, classes, and events. Our annual Comic Book in a Day event gives us the opportunity to meet dozens of comic book artists from both amateur......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Noblesville Creates is excited to present a special one-night-only showing of artwork from local drawing school MyArt. Offering curriculum-based programs in Noblesville since 2000, MyArt is a realistic drawing school serving children, teens, and adults in drawing and fine art instruction. Programs include guided, semi-guided,......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Ben Jennings recently applied to and won Indyhub’s IndyVolved 13 poster design contest, netting a cash prize and multiple applications for his winning design. Indyhub’s mission is to cultivate, engage, and support a community of 20- and 30-somethings who are excited......

Tori Weyers is a fine artist and designer specializing in mixed media, screen printing, and abstract painting. Weyers received her BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati and has a passion for creating work that engages and delights the viewer with rich visual narratives, strong......

Noblesville Creates welcomed local artist Ben Jennings to our Atlanta Studio Space in the fall of 2017. Jennings is a painter and designer with an interesting career history – he first graduated from Ball State University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree.......

Ben Jennings and Eric O’Dell, two of Noblesville Creates’ resident Studio Artists, have been accepted to the Indiana Art’s Commission’s On-Ramp program. A creative accelerator designed to help artists expand their art careers and entrepreneurial skills, this program features a three-day intensive training course, a......

Here at Noblesville Creates, we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Christine Merchent over the past year. A local fine art photographer, we first met Christine in the Spring of 2017 during her exhibit at Purgatory Golf Club titled “Ballerinas on the Green.” I......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

The Pendleton Artists Society will be featuring the work of Noblesville Creates Studio Artist John Reynolds during their “Spring Fling” exhibit this May. An artist with a multi-faceted creative streak, Reynolds worked for many years as an architect before transitioning to a career as a......

This May, Our Town Cicero will be featuring the work of Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Roseanne Crowell during their monthly Arts and Design Third Thursday art reception at 10West. Known primarily for her work for in pastels, Roseanne has received many awards for her highly-detailed,......

Michael Janosky is wasting no time. After participating in a two-person exhibit at the Hoosier Salon Carmel Gallery this past February, Janosky’s art will be featured in a solo exhibit at Blackford County Arts Center in Hartford City. “Making Marks” will showcase Janosky’s signature oils......

By Casey Kenley Say you visit a gallery or art fair and are drawn to a certain artist’s style and work. You get a chance to meet the artist. You chat about the person’s craft, inspiration and background. None of the pieces you see is......

By Ailithir McGill – Noblesville Creates Director and April Showcase Artist After two years of work, four all-nighters between Christmas and mid January, a lot of stress on my relationships, and two months of back & forth with the printer, my children’s book is finally......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Indiana’s premier art, food experience needs volunteers Known as the state’s premier art and food experience, Indiana Artisan Marketplace (happening April 7-8 in the Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds) is the don’t-miss weekend for everyone who enjoys exceptional art, fine craft, and small-batch food......

Have you ever been inspired to create your own original artwork? Megan Hutchins caught the bug, and she’s clearly nailing it. Wanting to create original pieces to decorate her home, Megan had a blank wall that was begging to be filled with an inspirational piece.......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Tori Weyers is busy. Besides her full-time position as Director of Creative and Web Design for OneAmerica Financial Partners, Tori maintains a strong online presence through a variety of channels. She sells her artwork on Etsy and Society6. She teaches online classes via her website,......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Michael Janosky will be featured in an upcoming exhibit in Carmel, Indiana. “Near and Afar: A Matter of Perspective” will feature the works of Kathryn Houghton of Crawfordsville and Janosky of Noblesville at the Hoosier Salon Carmel Gallery, located at 22......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more, and be sure to read all the way through – we wouldn’t want you to miss an important......

Each month, Noblesville Creates presents a showcase of artwork by a local artist or art group inside our Stephenson House Gallery. For the month of December, we’ll be displaying the artwork of local artist Shakila Garugu. A self-taught artist and art instructor, Shakila was inspired......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more! 2018 Polk Street Review  As 2017 wraps to a close, Logan Street Sanctuary is gearing up to accept......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Lesley Haflich will be the featured artist for CCA Gallery in Carmel for the month of December. Her show, “Potpourri of Paintings,” will be on display from December 1 – 31 at 111 W. Main Street. Her impressionist oil paintings give......

We’ve been looking forward to hosting a prize exhibit for the month of November, and our artists did not disappoint in providing fantastic, high-quality artwork for display. Each artist submitted their favorite piece from the last year, and we had a great variety of artwork......

On Oct 7th, 2017, Noblesville Creates hosted our 4th Annual Comic Book in a Day Challenge!  Artists from all over the Midwest gathered on our campus to create their own comic books from scratch.  We will be publishing their work in a 2-volume compilation comic......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more! Artists’ Garage Sale! Here’s your chance to de-stash some of your no-longer-needed art supplies! Artists of all backgrounds......

Region 7 IAC Grant Opportunities Information Sessions Indiana Arts Commission Region 7 Partner, Butler University, will be presenting Information Sessions about the current grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations and artists in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, & Shelby Counties. Each session will include descriptions of......

Oct. 13 -24, Carmel Public Library This is the 67th annual premier exhibit of the Hamilton County Artists’ Association, held to give the public an opportunity to view and purchase work from the group’s Juried artists.   Included in the exhibit are 2D, 3D, and photography mediums,......

We’ve decided to post all of our artist opportunities in one spot to make it easier for our network of creatives. Read on for call-outs and more!             Interested in participating in an exhibit here at Noblesville Creates? Head on......

Each month, Noblesville Creates presents a showcase of artwork by a local artist or art group inside our Stephenson House Gallery. For the month of October, we are excited to feature the work of local artist Marianne Glick in her solo show, “Spirit of Nature”.......

Noblesville Creates Raises $8,222 and Awards Arts Luminaries During Fifth Anniversary Celebration NOBLESVILLE — The numbers are in and winners have been feted. During a fifth anniversary fundraising celebration on September 16, 2017, Noblesville Creates presented its second annual Noblesville Creates Awards to six people who......

It’s been a big couple of weeks for our Noblesville Studio Artist, Rodney Reveal. Not only did he receive the Noblesville Creates 2017 “Artist of the Year” Award (in a tie with Christine Merchent), he also won 2nd place in the Oils category during the......

Roseanne Crowell made it to the Winners’ Circle three times in the Drawing Category at the 2017 Indiana Wildlife Artists Fine Art Exhibit! She was awarded 2nd place for … “Waiting for Mom” White-Tailed Deer Fawn – Soft Pastel Third Place … “The Boss” African......

Noblesville Creates launched the Noblesville Creates Awards in 2016 to celebrate local leadership in the arts. We interact with incredible people every day who work very hard to keep creativity thriving in and shaping the Nickel Plate Region. We can do our part by sharing......

“When I think of home, it immediately takes me back to my childhood home and my family… it’s a feeling of love and belonging.” – Jill Broadhacker, Jillyjack Designs The concept of “home” conjures a variety of thoughts, feelings, and emotions for many. For some,......

Join the Hoosier Salon Carmel Gallery for a celebration of color this August as they feature the works of three local artist members: Beth Forst, Forrest Formsma, and Randall Scott Harden. Their exhibit, Poems in Paint, opens Saturday, August 12th and continues through September 2nd.......

The Hamilton County Artists’ Association (HCAA) is offering local artists the opportunity to display their work in Noblesville City Hall from October 4 through November 17, 2017. The exhibit, entitled “Our Creative Community”, will be a non-judged event featuring the varied and talented artistic endeavors......

This August will bring the artwork of Roseanne Crowell and Lynne Medsker to the main gallery area of ArtSplash Gallery in Carmel, Indiana. Roseanne, a Studio Artist at Noblesville Creates in Noblesville, works primarily in soft pastels for her wildlife and custom pet portraits. Working......

Deadline for submissions ~ December 31, 2017 Have you ever had a dream or a nightmare so vivid that when you awake you aren’t sure if it really happened or not? Or have you ever watched a move and wondered, “I wonder if that was......

It’s clear to many that Bobbi K. Samples is the kind of woman who does what she wants. A local artist, entrepreneur, and renaissance woman, Bobbi has worn a variety of hats, including dancer, artist, teacher, realtor, and consultant, among others. After receiving her business......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist J. Rodney Reveal’s work will be featured in a solo exhibition this August at Inspire Studio Gallery in Carmel. His show, “Here and There,” will run from August 2 – 29 with a special Open House on Saturday, August 12th from 6......

We’re taking art out of the box and out-of-doors this summer with an exciting new artist showcase that celebrates Indiana’s native landscapes. Local artist Rachel Johnson will be exhibiting a collection of stone sculptures on the Noblesville Creates campus as part of a project funded......

Looking for a fun project that will also have an impact on young girls? Sarah Morin is a published local fantasy novelist and poet in search of an artist with a whimsical and wry style to illustrate her new 32-page book, “Rapunzel the Hairbrained,” for......

Christine Merchent knows golf and she knows photography. Nearly a decade ago, Merchent took up the art of photography and hasn’t looked back. Her work has been featured in PGA Golf Magazine, The Smart Woman’s Guide to Style & Clothing, From Photographer to Gallery Artist,......

The Fishers Arts Council is currently seeking 2D artists interested in participating in three specific exhibits in 2017 as part of Art in City Hall, an art gallery located in Fishers City Hall (One Municipal Drive). Exhibition themes include: July 7 – September 1: Night......

Can “fine art” be fun? Gold frames, precision-cut mats, and kid gloves are often the images that come to mind when we hear the words “fine art,” and understandably so. Artists often pour their heart, soul, time, money, and energy into their work, which culminates......

Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. Since the Artistic Discovery competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 high school students have participated. Students submit entries to......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist J. Rodney Reveal will have his work featured in Hoosier Salon’s “Chasing Daylight: New Work by Indiana Plein Air Painters.” Happening Saturday, April 8th from 5-9pm at the Carmel Hoosier Salon, Reveal’s work will be showcased along with 13 other Indiana......

  LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR, SPRING, 2017 Well, I’m finally doing it. I’m taking my own advice. After almost five years of cheerleading for artists, of gently pushing back when someone says they’re not artistic, of insisting that everyone has something beautiful and creative to......

Our local community is full of Makers producing one-of-a-kind items, and Noblesville Creates wants to highlight their impact in a brand-new initiative: Maker of the Month. In contemporary culture, a Maker can be anyone who uses their individual ingenuity to produce something, including artists, architects,......

The Hamilton County Artist’s Association (HCAA) and its sponsors proudly present the HCAA annual Art Fair On The Square. The event is by invitation only, based on artist applications submitted for jurying. If you would like to be considered, please complete the application below and ensure......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist Lesley Haflich will be the featured artist at the Speedway Center for the Arts for the months of March and April.  Haflich won the Noblesville Creates Artist of the year award in 2016 and has been featured in many area galleries.......

Noblesville Creates Studio Artist John Reynolds announces a new gallery connection.  Reynolds, who  carves small figurines and makes jewelry in addition to creating his award-winning oil paintings, is bringing some of his creations to Avalon Jewelry and Pens in Zionsville.  You can browse the gallery’s......

Indiana’s premier art, food experience needs volunteers INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 11, 2017) – If you enjoy exceptional, one-of-a-kind Indiana art and artisan food and wine, you will want to volunteer for the seventh annual Indiana Artisan Marketplace, March 25-26 in the Exposition Hall at the Indiana......

The 2017 HCAA Visual Arts Major Scholarship guidelines and application form are now available! Two scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded in the Spring 2017, for school year 2017-2018. The 2017 scholarship awards are made possible by a generous gift from Ken Bloomhorst in memory of his wife Roberta “Birdie”......

No Spring Break plans? No problem! Be instantly transported to a variety of travel destinations through the captivating images of local photographer Michael Jack. From March 1st – March 31st, Michael will be filling our Stephenson House gallery space with new photography from his recent......

Here at Noblesville Creates, one of our core missions is to engage our local communities with great arts experiences. We especially love working with local organizations to bring outstanding art to unexpected places. To that end, our friends at Meyer-Najem Construction have partnered with us......

Uncork your creativity for this artist opportunity that is sure to please your palate! Noblesville Creates and Blackhawk Winery & Vineyard are pleased to announce the inaugural Blackhawk Winery Wine Label Art Contest. One selected artist will be featured on the first edition art-themed wine label for......

Artist Showcase, Feb. 1-25 It’s no surprise that many artists find inspiration in the natural world. From beautiful painted landscapes to stunning wildlife photography, nature is the motif that is most often represented in artistic form. Perhaps no practice connects so strongly with the natural......

Consider art’s role in your life and how Noblesville Creates can feed your need Food, water, shelter. We need those things. But do we really need art? We would argue with an emphatic “Yes!” not just because we are in the business of running an......

Our November exhibit celebrates the Indiana Bicentennial with the best 2-d and 3-d works by some of Indiana’s top artists.   We invited Lindsey Lord, Public Art & Art Services Coordinator for the Indianapolis Arts Council, to help us judge our show.  Together, we selected......

The latest Noblesville Creates 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......

Award-winning Showcase Artist  When J. Rodney Reveal is at work, it is most often just inside the Stephenson House on the Noblesville Creates campus facing Eighth Street inside his sunny studio. Through the month of November, he will allow his paintings to fill the downstairs......

Stephenson House gallery to hold 40 years’ worth of work in pottery Dan Howell sees more in a piece of clay than most of us ever will, a skill he has honed for four decades as an artist. His clay work began when he was a young......

Conner Prairie is looking for local talent to round out their historical experiences this fall:   Follow the North Star Needed: Two men, 20s/30s Must be available for some weekend nights, and weekdays between: November 1-3, 7-11, 15-18  (approximately 8:30-2:00) November 3-5, 10-12, 17-19 (approximately......

  Corporate citizenship focused on the arts On a chilly spring day in May, Cynthia Tucker found herself in the studio of Kevin Huff. The sculptor had been commissioned by Meyer Najem to create a large piece of art on the grounds of the construction......

Couple brings travel bug to Stephenson House gallery John Cinnamon and Ann Craig-Cinnamon have spent three decades speaking into a microphone, sending their voices and travel experiences over the radio waves. Ann hosted morning shows at several area stations, while John did mid-days and mornings.......

The Arts of Ball State Alumni As a student, it can be easy to let go of a creative habit if you aren’t involved in a class or working toward a degree, but there are plenty of college graduates — perhaps particularly Ball State University......

Purdue University is requesting artist proposals for a painted mural to be installed on a concrete wall in a car tunnel that travels under a train bridge. The selected mural will be a colorful installation with an emphasis on honoring Anderson, Indiana innovation. Plant 3......

Myart in Noblesville is looking for a part-time teacher to teach one night a week at our Noblesville studio and teach an after school enrichment Myart class at a Noblesville Elementary School.  Also a possibility is the opportunity to teach at a Community Montessori School.......

Lesley Ackman studied music at Indiana University and had a career in finance and accounting, but she found her true passion in photography in 2008. At that time, she was traveling a lot and enjoyed taking photos, but wanted to improve her skills. She took......

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