The land next to the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre on Balmoral Street was once part of the Albion Motors works, whose giant sheds still loom over nearby South Street.
The sale will be on the ground floor, spread throughout the breathtaking Galvanizers and new Acid Bar, with art priced from £5 to £500.
The pricing of food ranges from a starter of around £6 and goes up to a main course of about £17.
The effort was co-ordinated by the charity Scottish Action For Refugees.
Local councillors Maggie McTernan and Abe Aibinu showed their support.
The 19 men are being added to a special memorial 100 years after the war ended.
The music workshops are based in Glasgow Kelvin College and have more than 400 members.
Heading towards that flat stretch on South Street, from the old Yarrows shipyard to the border of Whiteinch and Partick at Sawmill roundabout.
The famous music spot was severely damaged in Friday’s fire which is believed to have started in the adjacent Mackintosh building.
The Scottish government has adopted Sandra’s ‘responsible parking’ measures into its proposed Transport (Scotland) Bill.