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Glasgow Open House Arts Festival takes place this weekend (September 24-27).
The DIY, non-profit event is being staged across Glasgow over four days.
Artists, organisations and creative members of the public will reflect on their experience of the pandemic, using alternative, domestic and public spaces to share art and ideas.
It’s about giving a platform to artists from all backgrounds who may find it hard to engage with galleries or institutions
Its also an exciting, new way of seeing the city - bringing people to places they haven't explored before.
More than 125 artists are taking part, with 60+ projects happening online and across 40+ outdoor locations.
Artists will welcome friends, neighbours and strangers alike into their gardens, community gardens and other outdoor spaces to offer their hospitality and to share their art, music, performances and stories.
Outdoor venues include window displays, a carpark, an oil-rig lifeboat, a set of steps, a cash machine, a washing line and many more unexpected locations.
The space here by the Clydeside Expressway in Yorkhill is just one of the events taking place.
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