At a glance
The £6m Inverness Creative Academy has been opened to its first residents.
The former school has accommodation for artists and workspaces for businesses and charities.
The project was started four years ago.
A final phase due to be completed later this month includes a public space in the Victorian-era school's assembly hall.
A new £6m arts facility has been opened in the Highlands following a four-year building project.
The Inverness Creative Academy has been created in the Victorian Category B listed former Inverness Royal Academy buildings in Inverness.
The developers said affordable accommodation was available to up to 44 artists, and 54 workspaces for creative businesses, social enterprises and charities.
A second and final phase of the project is due to be finished later this month and includes the completion of a public space in the school's former assembly hall.
The project was managed by Wasps, a national provider of creative workspaces.