Organisers of an arts festival in Moray are preparing to host their first event as part of efforts to continue to support Scotland’s creative industries during the coronavirus pandemic.
Findhorn Bay Arts was forced to cancel its biennial extravaganza, which was due to take place this year, due to Covid-19.
However, the organisation has committed to holding events over the next 12 months to ensure opportunities remain for artists and audiences to explore creative works.
The first, which is entitled Sound Horn, is due to take place in the grounds of Brodie Castle next week.
Dumfries and Galloway-based artist Kate Anderson will install upturned person-sized gramophones in the picturesque surroundings to let visitors listen to a range of soundscapes.
Festival director Kresanna Aigner said: “Sound Horn is an ideal public art installation which can be safely experienced during these unprecedented times as it can be seen, heard and experienced and enjoyed in nature and without touching.”
Sound Horn will be at Brodie Castle from Wednesday, August 19 to Sunday, August 23 from 10am to 4pm daily.