This exhibition space has provided the wider Moray community with a high specification gallery which meets all environmental & security performance required for the hosting of major exhibitions and work from national collections.
This premium quality designed space was opened officially on the 31st May 2008 and was launched with the exhibition John Byrne. The exhibition, which ran until the 2 August 2008 received over 4000 visitors. More recently over 10,000 visitors to Gallery 1, in summer 2010, viewed a Renaissance exhibition of work borrowed from the British Museum, The Courtauld Gallery and the National Galleries of Scotland in the Moray Art Centre curated exhibition, Nameless.
The Public Exhibition Programme in Gallery 1 includes:
- Exhibitions featuring work selected from public and private collections
- Curated exhibitions of the work of individual artists or group exhibitions
- Invited exhibitions
- Historical and educational exhibitions
- Artwork created in association with artist-in-residence programmes
Costs for involvement in the Public Exhibition Programme vary and are dependent on the nature of the exhibition.
Artists who wish to exhibit in any of the exhibition spaces will need to apply to the Gallery Committee. Please contact us for our Moray Art Centre Exhibition Agreement with Policy & Procedures which gives full details on how to apply, costs and our exhibition guidelines, or download brochure.
At the moment the space is called Gallery 1 but Moray Art Centre is actively looking for a possible sponsor for the opportunity to name this premier exhibition space.