ARTIST Mitch Miller is revealing a new artwork for Clydebank library ahead of a £500,000 revamp.

Mitch consulted with community groups and pupils on what they wanted to see in the upgrade and created a large-scale diagram of the new building.

The exclusive artwork will now go on display at the library – but the public can get a preview of it when it is unveiled for the first time before councillors, local officials and residents later this month. Cllr Michelle McGinty, convener of the council’s educational services committee, said the completed dialectogram would be “something to treasure”.

“The completed dialectogram will be something to treasure for years to come and a fantastic precursor to the much-anticipated upgrade of Clydebank Library.”

The unveiling event will take place on Saturday 23 April to coincide with World Book Night, and will kick off at 12.30pm.

Tea and coffee will be provided, and attendees will have the chance to put their questions to project artist Mitch.

The dialectogram will then be on display at Clydebank Library during opening hours.