The event, part of Scotland’s Winter Festivals, was rounded off by speeches and a pipe band performance.
It means the hundreds of school children and community groups who use the space will have a base with running water and electricity for the first time.
The ensemble takes its cue from its late founder, pianist Misha Mengelberg, who died in 2017.
To mark the occasion the arts hub has commissioned an exterior light installation called ‘New Glasgow’.
The new Institute of Health and Wellbeing will be known as the Clarice Pears Building thanks to the investment by the Pears Foundation.
Every dish seemed to flow into the next and many dishes complemented each other.
The UK’s toughest open-water adventure race will return to Glasgow for the fifth year in a row on Saturday March 23.
More than 180 pieces of art will be on offer over the weekend – Saturday November 17, 12-9pm & November 18, Sunday 12-6pm.
An improved link for cyclists and pedestrians between the city centre and the West End is coming. The ‘Underline’ is…
The free public event at the University’s Hunterian Museum is expected to be a popular night out for comic book fans both young and old.