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......

HATCH stands for Hamilton County Arts, Technology, Craft, and Heritage. This festival is a multi-faceted celebration of everything makes Hamilton County such a wonderful place! Artisans, Makers, and Craftspeople from Noblesville and surrounding areas will have amazing one-of-a-kind creations to sell and area nonprofits and......

The revival of the SongWriters Series: Local-Live-Original at Noblesville Creates was a huge success and we are excited to announce the rest of the 2024 Series!  Locally started by John Gilmore, these songwriter events are a chance for local musicians to not only play their......

We’re coordinating a festival on Noblesville’s courthouse square to celebrate the Total Solar Eclipse, share some incredible artwork by our local artists, and create art together with community members! Please read through the following expectations before completing the application below. Rules & Regulations Application Deadline:......

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 12th Annual Noblesville Creates Fairyville alights at Noblesville Creates on 8th and all over Downtown Noblesville from April 17-20, 2024! Noblesville Creates is looking for artisan vendors to bring fantasy to life during Fairyville. Please read through the following expectations before completing the application......

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......

 INDOT would like to invite Downtown Noblesville business owners and operators to an informational meeting for downtown business and building owners on Friday, February 9th from 9-10am at Noblesville City Hall.  This meeting will provide the most current information on the project and include visuals for you......

Noblesville Creates is excited to offer a unique opportunity for our patrons on February 14th, 6 to 9pm, for Valentine’s Date Night at Noblesville Creates on 8th (107 S. 8th St., Noblesville, IN). Apelles Johnson will be on hand to lead people through his new......

Noblesville Creates serves as the Regional Partner for the Indiana Arts Commission to connect with an assist arts organizations and artists in Central Indiana. If you are in one of the Region 7 counties, you can subscribe for email updates or peruse funding opportunities below.  Please, email rshelton@noblesvillecreates.org for......

Noblesville Creates is seeking artwork from Hamilton County Artists to create promotional products for the 2024 Eclipse. Our goal is to work with artists to develop promotional products such as posters, t-shirts, mugs, pins, key chains and other items to sell in the month leading......

DEADLINE: February 23rd, 2024 The Indiana Peony Festival (IPF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is threefold: to inspire Indiana residents statewide to celebrate the peony, the state flower, to enhance Noblesville through beautification projects, peony gardens & horticulture education, and to promote Hamilton......

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......

Noblesville, Ind. (September 25, 2023) — Noblesville Creates introduces Noblesville Creates as its new name and brand. Ailithir McGill, the Noblesville Creates Director, announced the rebranding alongside Rachael Coverdale, Noblesville Creates board member and President of Coverdale Consulting, at their annual gala earlier this month.  McGill emphasized how the rebranding......

Hamilton County Tourism and the Soil and Water Conservation district (SWCD) of Hamilton County are teaming up with Noblesville Creates to coordinate an exhibit all about local native plant life! This showcase exhibit will run from February 2-24 in the Stephenson House at Noblesville Creates......

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......

Our latest membership magazine is here. Check out the latest stories about our arts community, including information about our upcoming rebrand! Get a sneak peek of our holiday shopping opportunities, and mark your calendars for 2024 events and classes! To get a physical copy of......

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......

Noblesville Creates needs volunteers for upcoming events and for duties on campus. Volunteering is a great way to get involved with and support our arts community, while also having a lot of fun! Brief descriptions of volunteers roles appear below: we can provide more detail......

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......

MELI will be hosting at booth on Friday Friday, August 4th, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the Noblesville Creates’ campus. Make sure to check out what they have to offer. Garments will be for sale! MELI will also be facilitating the Fashion Show for......

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......

UPDATED DEADLINE: 11:59PM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2023 Noblesville Main Street, along with Noblesville Creates, is coordinating Art at the Market during the Noblesville Farmers’ Market on August 5, 2023 at Federal Hill Commons. Art at the Market will run the same hours as the Farmers’......

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......

In the 4th quarter of 2022, in response to interest from our arts community and staff at the City of Noblesville, we surveyed 14 local theater organizations and 31 individuals about their current and future operating needs. We also researched 36 venues in 11 Statewide......

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,......

Noblesville, IN – The Hamilton County Bicentennial Noblesville Township Representative, in partnership with Noblesville Creates, will host as the township’s signature event a Fabric Arts Show in August of 2023.  Each township in Hamilton County will be highlighted during a different month of 2023, and......

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......

The City of Noblesville and Noblesville Creates are partnering to present a peony-themed exhibit in City Hall in May and June 2023. The program will showcase peony-related artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County region in conjunction with the Indiana Peony Festival, scheduled for......

Talent Galore is coming to our Downtown in the form of Main Street’s “Noblesville’s Got Talent” on April 7th from 5 to 9pm. Noblesville’s Got Talent is going to be a fun evening of entertainment, shopping, and dining on our Noblesville Square! Everyone with a......

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......

During the month of March 2023 the City of Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability, Fishers Arts Council (FAC), and Conner Prairie are looking to invite small performing arts groups that feature individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities to show off their talent at Conner Prairie......

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......

The Indiana Arts Commission’s Fiscal Year 2024 grant programs open on January 4th, 2023. There are 2 types of grants. Arts Organization Support is a 2-year grant for not-for-profit arts organizations that have existed for a few years and have an annual operating budget of......

“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......

This year the Indiana Peony Festival is looking to involve artists throughout the state to help the organization design its annual T-shirt and & poster graphic (1 graphic that will be utilized for both). IPF would like the design to embody a band tee/festival vibe......

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......

Noblesville Parks is excited to announce that Holidays at the Hill is back this year!  This event coincides with the ice- skating rink and lighting of the holiday sculptures. Holidays at the Hill is looking for vendors to sell their wares at the event. The......

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......

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (October 18, 2022) — The iconic Lacy Building in downtown Noblesville is getting a new twist on its decades of rich history.  In late 2021, Chris Nurnberger and his wife Katie reached out to Noblesville Creates after purchasing the property. They asked what......

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......

ARCADIA, Ind.– Any fin is possible with teamwork. Last Friday, volunteers from Duke Energy, Hamilton Heights and Keep Noblesville Beautiful worked together to paint two aquatic themed crosswalk murals in downtown Arcadia.       With a weekly evening farmers market, new splash pad and an incoming brewery,......

“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......

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (September 28, 2022) — Noblesville Creates is grateful to all of the community members who helped celebrate the nonprofit’s 10th Anniversary Diamond Gala last week. Around 200 people attended the gala, which is the primary fundraiser of the year for Noblesville Creates.  The......

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......

Noblesville Creates to Partner with Hamilton County for 200th Annual Squirrel Stampede Noblesville Creates is proud to partner with Hamilton County Tourism for the 200th annual Squirrel Stampede. Throughout the month of September, Noblesville Creates and local partners will be hosting a series of events......

Are you a squirrel poet?  Do you paint, sculpt, photograph, or design squirrels?  Do you write squirrel stories?  Bring your fantastic creations to Noblesville Creates at the beginning of September and we will look for places to present it around Hamilton County – all in......

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......

Noblesville Creates celebrates its 10th Anniversary this year! A lot has happened in ten years, including some big, transformational projects alongside slow-and-steady growth. Hamilton County Tourism first incorporated Noblesville Creates, Inc. in April, 2012, with the goal of supporting, promoting and providing outstanding arts experiences......

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......

On July 13th, 2022, the Noblesville Creates Board of Directors and staff gathered with area partners and community members to review Nickel Plate’s impact in recent months and to look ahead to the future. Click on the image below to view the Annual Meeting Report,......

DEADLINES & CALL-OUTS: July 20: EXTENDED DEADLINE: Art at the Market during Noblesville Farmers’ MarketJuly 22: Deadline to Submit for Noblesville Creates’ “Focus on Photography” exhibitJuly 31: Deadline to Nominate a Fellow Artist (or yourself) for the Noblesville Creates Awards August 1: Deadline to Submit......

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......

Noblesville Main Street, along with Noblesville Creates, is coordinating Art at the Market during the Noblesville Farmers’ Market on August 6, 2022 at Federal Hill Commons. Art at the Market will run the same hours as the Farmers’ Market: 8am-12pm. All vendors must vacate the......

Noblesville Creates is excited to host Next Level Creative Business Trainings for our Art of Business program.  The Next Steps Creative Entrepreneurship Trainings are brought to you by the Indiana Small Business Development Center, a program of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, and the Indiana......

Hamilton County Theatre Guild’s The Belfry Theatre announces auditions for its first show of the 2022-23 theater season, “Rehearsal for Murder.” Auditions will be 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 26 and 27, 2022, at Noblesville First United Methodist Church in Noblesville. The show, adapted......

VOLUNTEER Call Out!! A community is only as strong as the people who are in it! We’ve got over 80 vendors that will be setting up their booth on the square in downtown Noblesville this Saturday, June 18th for Noblesville Creates: Maker Faire. So the......

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......

NOBLESVILLE CULTURAL ARTS DISTRICT TO FEATURE THREE EVENTS: MAKER FAIRE, ST MICHAEL’S STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, AND JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION ON JUNE 18, 2022 A trifecta of events will delight local shoppers and families, including a Maker Faire of handcrafted goods and demonstrations, strawberry shortcakes, and Juneteenth activities......

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......

You don’t need to worry about missing out on what’s cool this month. Click on the image below to see this month’s arts events at Noblesville Creates and from our Featured Partners!...

The Indiana Arts Commision has a number of exciting opportunities available to grow your career while supporting the cultural, economic, and educational climate of Indiana.  Job postings currently include: Contracting and Financial Operations Coordinator, Communications Manager, Deputy Director of Operations and Strategic Partnership, and a......

Kiln Creations is hiring for a Field Trip Fun Coordinator! Our Field trip Fun Coordinator works a part time flex schedule based on our scheduled field trips. You come to the shop to pick up your pack, you go to the school, church, or center......

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......

Call Type: Competitions  Eligibility: Statewide  State: Indiana Entry Deadline: April 1st Event Dates: 5/7/22 – 10/15/22 Submission Fee: Free Requirements: Designs – Minimum: 1, Maximum: N/A Noblesville Main Street (NMS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to enrich the culture and community of the city of Noblesville’s downtown historic district......

You don’t need to worry about missing out on what’s cool this month. Click on the image below to see this month’s arts events at Noblesville Creates and from our Featured Partners!...

The City of Noblesville and Noblesville Creates are partnering to continue the Banner Art Gallery to be displayed on the downtown Noblesville light poles beginning in May, 2022. The program will showcase artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County region. The culture of art......

The City of Noblesville and Noblesville Creates are partnering to present a peony-themed exhibit in City Hall in May, 2022. The program will showcase peony-related artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County region in conjunction with the Indiana Peony Festival, scheduled for May 21......

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......

February is slated to be full of amazing arts events! Check out this listing of what we and our Featured Partners have going on this month! Click on the image below to get the full listing!...

January 22nd will be our annual epic battle of creativity, courage, and comics! This year’s event is all-virtual, but you can follow along with the Challenge on Facebook throughout the day. Here is our schedule of events: 9:00 a.m: The Challenge Begins! All of our......

There are many ways to observe, celebrate, and continue Dr. King’s Legacy this week in Hamilton County. Here are a few great options: Conner Prairie’s Martin Luther King Day Celebration: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Activities, music, and discussions of the 1950s and 1960s Civil Rights Movement......

Arts for All is a three-part inclusion, diversity, equity, and access training series led by Dr. Pascal Losambe, an educator and consultant in the areas of education, organizational culture, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and presented by the Regional Arts Partners of the Indiana Arts Commission.......

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......

Noblesville Creates Seeks a Partnership Manager We’re looking for someone to help us coordinate the activities and interests of all of our community partners. The ideal candidate is a natural diplomat, who enjoys initiating conversations and looking for shared interests and opportunities, and who can......

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.  ......

(Indianapolis, Indiana) The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) and its Regional Arts Partners announced today the opening of applications for two grant programs: Fiscal Year 2023 Arts Project Support and Arts Organization Support.   “Indiana’s arts organizations, arts projects, and artists are critical to the vibrancy,......

Noblesville Creates has been named the new Regional Arts Partner for the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC), specifically for Region 7, which includes Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Johnson, and Shelby counties.  Regional Arts Partners work alongside the Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) to promote and expand participation in the......

Ignite Studio at the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers will open a call for art for our next exhibit on January 4th. “The 700 Collection” seeks art in a variety of mediums for this juried group exhibit with cash awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. ABOUT “The 700 Collection” The......

The Prism Project of Fishers is looking for artists to serve as music and dance directors for upcoming projects. This project takes place on Saturday mornings between 01/20/22 and 03/20/22 (with a couple of exceptions for training, final show rehearsal, and final show).  Please contact......

Conner Prairie Museum, Fishers, Indiana, is seeking an instructor to teach basic wheel-thrown pottery classes. Classes are held in our modern  pottery shop, which features 8 electric wheels, electric kiln, pug mill and glazing area. Classes are held throughout the year and are typically held......

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).......

Ignite Studio invites central Indiana artists to serve as a Maker-in-Residence in 2022. Ignite Studio is an arts-focusedmakerspace designed to offer broad access to the Hamilton County community in a variety of art and makingpractices. We help patrons on-ramp their creativity by introducing new and......

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......

Unique acting and educational experience for youth! Conner Prairie recognizes the logistical challenges of this filming schedule, as children are likely in school during much of filming times. However, they feel this is a meaningful educational opportunity – to be part of a cinematic production,......

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......

Artists are invited to come to Noblesville Creates to sell their unused (and gently loved) art supplies during our one-day-only Art Supply Yard Sale on Saturday, August 14 from 9am-5pm. A limited number of spaces will be available so be sure to reserve your spot......

“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!   ......

Here it is! Our latest issue of Arts Guide has all the arts new and stories you need to get the most creativity out of your summer! A printed copy of the Guide is available, too – it gets mailed directly to all of our......

Thanks to the generous support of the Hamilton County Community Foundation, a CICF affiliate, the help of Hamilton County Tourism, and QuestionPro, we are able to undertake a data-gathering project that can help us position ourselves for the years ahead. Please help us gather important......

“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......

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: COLLABORATION HUB ART INSTALLATION Hamilton County Community Foundation (HCCF) seek an artist or artists to create artwork for installation in the new Collaboration Hub in Fishers. The Collaboration Hub has a central wall on which HCCF wants to hang three pieces of......

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: OUTDOOR SCULPTURE PROJECT Conner Prairie seeks artists to create sculptures for an outdoor exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service about wildlife habitats This exhibit is expected to have a lifespan of approximately 1-3 years. Artists will construct artistic interpretations of......

Noblesville Schools will be launching a new and improved Miller Mall online promotional products store this summer. The online store will feature links to multiple Noblesville Schools branded spirit wear and gift vendors, similar to the model used by Etsy. We’re looking for local artisans......

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......

Welcome to Fairyville 2021 offers participants a whimsical way to celebrate Earth Week with a nature-themed, self-guided tour and more than a dozen special features [NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA] –From April 21-24, don’t be surprised if you hear a stampede of little feet and a rustle of gossamer......

Noblesville Creates and High Frequency Arts are pleased to announce a joint showcase, “NEIGHBORS”, at the Hub & Spoke Design Center from April 8th through June 25th, celebrating the recent work of artists Craig Mullins and Sherry Haines.  A reception will be held on June......

Bobbi K. Samples’s latest exhibit is bursting with color and the sweet smell of springtime. Meyer Najem in Fishers is the home of Bobbi’s most recent showcase, “Come on Spring! Indiana Wildflowers!” “I am truly excited to show my passion for art, especially this spring.......

Welcome to Fairyville & NPArts Annual GalaNoblesville Creates has opportunities for Visual and Performing Artists to get involved with our events. We are in need of volunteers, art vendors, painters, and more – check out these surveys to let us know how you want to......

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......

The City of Noblesville and Noblesville Creates are partnering to continue the banner art gallery to be displayed on the Logan Street Bridge light poles beginning in May. The program will showcase artwork by local artists in the Hamilton County region. The culture of art......

Noblesville Creates seeks an energetic, community-minded marketing and communications professional to join our team! We need an expert who can help us excel at virtual engagement, spread the word about all of the amazing things we and our partners do and keep our social media,......

Keep Noblesville Beautiful (KNB) seeks artists to design, fabricate and install a sculpture celebrating the nautical and recreational legacy of Morse Reservoir through an roundabout sculpture at the intersection of Hague Road and Carrigan Road.   DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Artists must submit their qualifications, work samples,......

Saturday, November 28    •    11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Bringing your art business into people’s homes. The City of Noblesville, Noblesville Creates, Noblesville Main Street, and the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce have joined forces as the Love Noblesville Network to produce a live-streamed shopping event......

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......

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: EAST ALLEY MURAL The City of Noblesville seeks an experienced artist to create a large, colorful mural on the north wall of the East Alley, which branches off of the east side of the downtown square. This mural is intended to be......

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: The City of Noblesville seeks an experienced artist to embellish 5 recessed sections of the north wall of the East Alley, which branches off of the east side of the downtown square. These recessed spaces used to be windows and doors, but......

The City of Noblesville and Noblesville Creates are currently seeking 2D and 3D artists to exhibit in December 2020 and the entire 2021 season at the City Hall Art Gallery. Selected artwork will hang in the gallery for approximately one month. The program will showcase......

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......

Shakila Garugu is a self-taught artist and art instructor who believes in the importance of self-expression. Although she utilized her left-brain talents to receive her masters in mathematics, she later was inspired to focus on her right-brain talents by her mother’s art. She found a......

The City of Noblesville seeks an artist, artisan or creative company to design and fabricate safe, sturdy and visually delightful shade structures for use in the alleys around the downtown square. These structures are part of a larger project to activate spaces for pedestrian use......

The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission (FACC) is looking for qualified artists for three different public art projects. They are looking for: 1). An artist or artist team to design and paint a large mural located on the Fishers Police Station / Parking Garage (4......

Frederick Durham is an up and coming photographer starting his artistic career in Indiana. While Frederick “Fredo” Durham started taking photos at young age, he says, “I didn’t stick with it at first. I of course went off and ventured into other things. I decided......

The arts go on in Central Indiana and Noblesville Creates is working on supporting artists and community members in many ways. Our campus in Noblesville is currently closed to the public. You can schedule an appointment to meet with one of our staff members or......

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......

Please consider this not only a statement but also an invitation from Noblesville Creates: Noblesville Creates seeks to embrace each and every artist in our community. Diversity is what makes art interesting, and we want to affirm people of color and the LGTBQ community as......

Noblesville Fire Dept is looking to develop an independent station logo, or a “pride logo,” to be used on the side of fire trucks, helmets, stickers, window clings, etc. The logo is intended to reflect the brand and image of this specific station in the......

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

Looking for a way to positively approach the winter months after a career in corporate training, Marianne began painting in September of 2005.  Her love of gardening inspired many of her early paintings.  Most of her recent work is abstract.  She often uses more than one medium in......

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 Noblesville Creates 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......

Noblesville Creates is thrilled to announce a joint showcase, “Neighbors”, in the Meyer Najem Gallery for the months of May and June celebrating the work of Craig Mullins and Sherry Haines. Their opening reception will be on the second floor of 11787 Lantern Rd Suite......

Tony Schillaci has been a lifelong artist. As a seventh grader, he started learning with his sister, who never stopped encouraging him to create. In the early 70s as a Vietnam Veteran, Tony used his GI Bill to pay for undergraduate courses at the American......

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......

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......

Jim Anderson’s story as an artist is truly inspiring as he embodies both right- and left-brain talents. While he enjoyed creating art since youth (with photography, sculpture, drawing, acrylics, and watercolors as his favorite media), Jim went on to pursue a career in IT and......

Belinda Short is a fabulously imaginative ‘mixed media’ artist that also creates sculptures, paintings, digital art, jewelry, resin art, textile art, and more. From papercraft to more traditional art forms, she is truly diverse in style and media. Short has even forayed into bookmaking in......

Craig Ogden is a painter that creates from a place of deep emotion. He personifies the term “labor of love.” Ogden started putting brush to canvas again after a decade-long hiatus from art as a means to escape his daily routine. Pushing paints around a......

Noblesville Creates will play host to what has become an annual tradition in Noblesville: the Vagina Monologues. V-Day Hamilton County has produced the monologues for several years in locations around Noblesville and now is bringing this fierce, brave, empowering show to Noblesville Creates at the......

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......

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......

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......

Gordon Marketing, in collaboration with Noblesville Creates and the Hamilton County Artists’ Association, is looking for artists to paint mural panels to be installed on their newly-acquired building at 110 N. 9th Street in hip-storic downtown Noblesville. Artists may request to be considered for one......

Ji-Eun Lee Music Academy is re-launching Art At The Switch exhibit space and is looking for December and January artists. If you would like your artwork to be considered for display at our music school please fill out this short online application . Additional Details:1.......

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......

Our Town Cicero is hosting an Artist’s Trunk Sale on Dec. 8, 12-4 p.m. at Red Bridge Park in Cicero. Registration is $20 and includes a 4×8 table. To register text Bonnie Ramirez at 512-796- 5498 by Dec. 1st. Additional Details:1. 10:30 a.m. set up,......

Hamilton County Artists’ Association is accepting applications for Juried Artist Membership through the month of November. Prospective members are asked to submit their applications, submit three pieces of their work, and pay a prospective fee to join the juried organization. The Juried Artist Members are......

Community • Education • Arts, Inc. invites community participation and involvement by seeking submissions for the annual publication of The Polk Street Review. All creatives are encouraged (art, music/song lyrics, poetry, prose, photographs, etc) with all levels of experience from amateur to professional. The Polk Street......

Community • Education • Arts is excited to offer online Arts Showcase exhibit opportunities on our website. Each Arts Showcase exhibit lasts two or three months. We want YOUR original artwork (all mediums), writings (all genres), and songs/instrumentals (videos or MP3s) for our online Arts Showcase and......

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......

Same As U, a brand new nonprofit serving Hamilton County individuals 18+ with mild to moderate disabilities who have exited the school system, is seeking artists to paint chairs. These chairs are to be auctioned off at their Nov 1 fundraiser event.  In exchange for......

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 Hamilton County Artists’ Association (HCAA) is offering local artists the opportunity to display their work in The Birdie Gallery from September 5-28, 2019. The exhibit, entitled “Our Creative Community”, will be a non-judged event featuring the varied and talented artistic endeavors currently being produced......

Got a story to tell? Gather your friends and family and head to the Noblesville Library on Thursday, August 15 at 7:00 p.m. for our next “Story Slam”. Sponsored by the Hamilton East Public Library and Storytelling Arts of Indiana, Story Slam is an opportunity......

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......

As I sat on top of a high turquoise ladder, coffee customers and aromas swirling around me, I bounced to the happy 90s music filling Noble Coffee & Tea. I had a paintbrush in one hand and a masala chai in the other. What more......

How do you become a successful artist? Don’t rely on luck. Successful artists can transform raw materials into something beautiful with ease, find inspiration in the most ordinary places and create works that move us to pay up. They are so lucky, right? It’s a......

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......

The Fishers Arts Council along with The City of Fishers is currently seeking artists, artisans and performers to participate in Arts Crawl-2019. The crawls are self-guided tours of the businesses in the Nickel Plate District and are held – rain or shine! This year, there......

Professional Maker-in-Residence Application  Description of Residency  Ignite Studio invites central Indiana artists to serve 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.......

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 Noblesville Creates’ 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......

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......

Thompson Thrift Retail Group (TTRG), on behalf of Fishers District, the Fishers Arts and Cultural Commission, and Noblesville Creates 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 IKEA......

  Art Fair on the Square, August 3, 2019 Sponsored by the Hamilton County Artists’ Association The Hamilton County Artists’ Association (HCAA) and its sponsors proudly present the annual HCAA Art Fair on the Square event. The artists selected for the show are by invitation......

The Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission will present its 27th annual production of Shakespeare in the Park the summer of 2019 – the longest running production in central Indiana!  The performances will be in the new amphitheater at the First Merchants Pavilion at Federal Hill Commons.......

It’s back! The Noblesville Creates 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 by......

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,......

Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. The Congressional Art Competition is an opportunity to recognize and encourage artistic talent nationwide, as well as in our congressional district. The Competition began in 1982 to provide......

2019 Theme: Folklore and Fairy Tales ~ Beyond the Fairy Dust Presentation event October 5, 2019, 6-10pm at Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. 1274 Logan Street, Noblesville IN   Workshops: May 11 and August 10 2-4:30pm $25 per person payable via our secure Square Market: http://squareup.com/store/LSS/item/nice-workshops The......

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......

We have some fresh faces on staff here at Noblesville Creates. First off, meet Jessica Lovell: What is your job title? Exhibits and Sales Manager What interesting jobs have you had prior to this one? So many! I’ve been a radio DJ, traffic reporter, music......

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. Noblesville Creates, in partnership with the City of Noblesville, Noblesville Main Street and Hamilton......

A Call to Artists – Requests for Qualifications Riverview Hospital / Intuitive Health Fishers Public Art Sculpture Riverview Hospital, Intuitive Health, the Fishers Arts Commission and Noblesville Creates are soliciting proposals for a prominent outdoor sculpture to be installed at the new facility at the......

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......

Noblesville Creates explores the therapeutic power of art We rely on innovations in medical technology and medicine to solve most of the physical traumas, diseases and minor ills that plague us. But when it comes to our mental health, traditional therapies aren’t always the right......

Our new Noblesville-themed Gift Shop on the Square in Noblesville needs cheerful, friendly, Sales Ambassadors. We are looking to staff this space with people who are community-minded, sales-oriented, and interested in local art and artists. Shifts (up to 29 hours per week) will be available......

Did you know? Nickel Plate Arts is becoming Noblesville Creates!

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