It takes five days for experts to painstakingly unpack and assemble the massive dinosaur skeleton.
Dippy’s visit to Glasgow is the only Scottish stop on an eight city UK wide tour.
The co-located shows will bring together over 100 exhibitors showcasing artisan, handcrafted gifts, supplies, inspiration and demonstrations for crafters and quilters.
The work celebrates the glitz and glamour of the tribute act industry surrounding the King of Rock and Roll.
Pete is active with the Friends of the River Kelvin (FoRK), and hopes to use his photos and new photobook ‘Life on The River Kelvin’, to promote their work.
Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery; Drugstore Social and Red Onion will be providing pop-up restaurants at the show that runs from Friday 20 to Sunday October 22.
The inspiring exhibition details the society’s history and ongoing work in the community.
Art gallery By Distinction Art has teamed up with Partickhill Bowling and Community Club to stage a show of leading Scottish artists this weekend.