MORAY ART CENTRE has revealed plans to develop new marketing and retail strategies and creating events of ‘international appeal’.
The move comes as the centre unveiled a new appointment to the post of Operations Coordinator, Blythe Storm, who has extensive experience in the art, media and related education fields.
Along with a sound knowledge of the business world, Blythe will aim to bring new courses to the Art Centre as well as assisting in exhibition coordination and bringing forward new creative disciplines.
Blythe told insideMoray: “I have always liked a challenge and as a photographer I appreciate the aesthetics’ of many art forms, but most of all I love to see the way art can transform peoples lives – either by enabling them to discover their creativity or by enriching our experience of the world.”
She will be working full time at the Findhorn centre with an added responsibility of developing new marketing and retail strategies with the existing staff and volunteers.
One of the first major exhibitions presented by Moray Art Centre since Blythe’s appointed will feature Wilderness Gardens, Scotland Landscapes and Coast. The Exhibition began yesterday and will run through until July 4.