Creative Work Shop

In October 2019 Findhorn Bay Arts was awarded Open Funding from Creative Scotland to support a new artist in residency project for the Forres area called Creative Work Shop. The new 12 month programme of interconnected arts projects and multi-art residencies will respond to themes of place and regeneration offering space for reflection, connection and exploration through artist led conversation.

We are delighted to have artists Caroline Inckle, David Sherry, and duo Robbie Coleman & Jo Hodges each taking up residency between February to October 2020.

Caroline Inckle, a visual artist and design researcher based in Moray has a wide experience of exhibitions, residencies and participatory projects. Caroline will be first into the shop space in February 2020. Find out more here – Creative Work Shop: Caroline Inckle.

David Sherry is best known for his performance art and whose practice focuses on humour, social interaction and the absurdities of everyday life.

Robbie Coleman & Jo Hodges have a shared multidisciplinary public arts practice. Jointly their work investigates ecological and socio-cultural systems, processes and relationships, and explores new strategies for working in the public space.

Photographs from artists’ previous work: You’re Not Lost by Caroline Inckle; The Motorbike Helmet Performance by David Sherry; Edge by Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges.


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