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Currently closed due to covid-19
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27 High Street
Located close to bus stops andcar parks including disabled bays, we have good links to cycle routes and pathsalong the River Ayr to train station.
Founded in 2012 by Alison Logan BA (Hons) Fine Art Sculpture, Moving Arts Scotland became a Community Interest Company in 2017.
Our mission is to co-create a vibrant and sustainable cultural venue in the heart of Ayr by utilising the vacant Aflex building at the bottom of the High Street.
Now, in our third year open, with the voluntary help of fellow Artists, friends and family, we are delighted to be the first to take a leap of faith in 2017 opening Riverside Studios, 27 High Street, Ayr, where we have embarked collaboratively with our local and rural communities on a new creative journey towards light, happiness, harmony, colour, texture and sound.
We lead the way in encouraging new creative enterprises to join our part of town to help liven the place up and bring some colour and activity to an otherwise very quiet part of town.
Following our example, South Ayrshire Council opened the Grain Exchange in 2018 and Tskure, 3D printing, opened 2019, both catering for artists and offering workshop and exhibition space in previously unused buildings on the High Street.
With complimentary businesses close by such as Unity Grill, Escape Rooms and the Ohm shop now established in the same area, it is starting to get Creative and Colourful and Innovative and Healthy all over.
Please Join Us :
“ Art for Health’s sake “
Ali Logan 2020