Forres 2021

Forres area

Took place on 12‑14 Feb 2021

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WINDOW WANDERLAND FORRES

LOCAL PEOPLE LIT UP THE STREETS WITH WINDOW BASED ARTWORK OVER VALENTINE’S WEEKEND

The streets of Forres, Findhorn, Kinloss, Dyke, and Rafford brought smiles to hundreds of people over the weekend as Findhorn Bay Arts’ celebrated its first Window Wanderland Forres.

Local people lit up the streets with window based artworks over the valentine’s weekend to show their community what LOVE IS… to them.

 Over 100+ windows created by an estimated 300+ people of all ages from local households, families, businesses, and schools in the Forres area signed up as window-makers in this covid-safe community art project where colour and light filled the streets with window-based artworks around the theme of Love is.

We are absolutely blown away by your artworks and the responses from local people too.

 Share photographs of your window on social media so that everyone can enjoy it using the hashtag #windowwanderlandforres,  you can also use #creativeplace #YCW2020   #loveis and your location #Forres #Findhorn #Kinloss #Dyke #Rafford … 

You can find a gallery of your window-based artworks here on our event page and also on our website:
https://findhornbayarts.com/project/window-wanderland-forres/ 

However, we might not have seen them all and if you do not see your window artwork, and would like to be included please email us an image of your window: info@findhornbayarts.com

Tell us about your experience of taking part in Window Wanderland Forres – to help us understand more about your experience in taking part please can you take a few moments to complete our survey. There are 10 short questions which will help us learn:
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/wwf-evaluation

Closing date for the survey is Friday 5th March.

Whether as a ‘Window-Maker’, or a ‘Wanderer’ over Valentine’s weekend, this was an event that the WHOLE family enjoyed. 

 Window Wanderland Forres is supported by the Highland & Moray FLAG European and Maritime Fisheries Fund Programme and Scottish Government, Creative Scotland, Berry Burn Community Fund and, The Budge Foundation and the Year of Coasts and Waters 2020.

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