The streets of Forres, Findhorn, Kinloss, Dyke and Rafford brought smiles to hundreds of people over Valentine’s weekend as Findhorn Bay Arts celebrated its first Window Wanderland event.
Initiating an artist in residency project for the Forres area with support from Creative Scotland Open Funding.
Partnering with Surge to bring street theatre to Forres and Findhorn during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sound Horn by Katie Anderson presented in partnership with Cryptic.
Partnering with the National Theatre of Scotland to present filmmaker Danny Boyle’s Pages Of The Sea project on Armistice Day 2018.
In Scotland's Year of Young People 2018, we commissioned and presented a new and unique promenade adaptation of The Buke of the Howlat
 - 2019
In the Mix was a three year project of creative activity for young people funded by Cashback for Creativity and We Make Moray.
 - 2018
Findhorb Bay Arts presented Scotland's first ever Culture Day on Saturday 21 September 2013 - and the one-day celebration of arts and culture has gone from strength to strength.
Community lighting installations staged at for Scotland's Year of Innovation, Architecture & Design.
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