Moray Art Centre Board of Trustees includes individuals who have experience and skills in arts curriculum development, business and organisational management and banking. Our constitution allows for a Board of between 5 and 12. We also have a Board of Advisors who again are all specialists in their fields. Currently we have a Board of Directors of 10, an Board of Advisors of 50 and a subscriber group of 70
Robert Lothian Kenny (Chair)
William Powrie (Treasurer & Finance Director)
A career banker, William Powrie retired from LloydTSB after 37 years service. He worked for the Bank across the UK in various positions and completed his career as Director for the Retail Bank for North Scotland and the Highlands. William was introduced to Moray Art Centre by Arts&Business in 2002 where he advised Randy Klinger in the early stages of the Arts Centre. In 2004 he was awarded The A&B Individual award in Scotland. In 2005 he won the UK individual of the Year ( A&B) and in 2006 received further commendation for his work with the Art Centre. In 2012 he was appointed Executive Director of Moray Art Centre. In addition to his work with the Centre he is also Chairman of Dornoch Academy PC and enjoys his interests in Horse Racing.
Alison Isabella Johnston
Alison was born in Dumfries and Galloway and graduated from Edinburgh College of Art, receiving several awards for her work. She worked as a professional animator in model and drawn animation. This included work for children’s BBC: Fireman Sam, Joshua Jones, Starhill Ponies and Wind in the Willows as well as a variety of commercials and films for London and Bristol based companies, including Oxford Scientific Films and Aardman Animation. Alison is a successful painter, finding the Moray coastline a boundless inspiration and exhibits in the UK. She works from her studio and teaches at the Moray Art Centre
Sally A Hotson
Sally graduated in Sculpture and Ceramics from Grays School of Art, Aberdeen. She has lived locally for many years and watched Moray Art Centre grow from its first inspirational idea. She enjoys sculpting and modelling with clay and wood and has made musical instruments – currently a viola. Sally tutors at Moray Art Centre and is a member of the Life Drawing Cooperative there.
Fionna Ann Shearer
Geoff Hewitt (Company Secretary)