Art lovers now have the chance to see Yoko Ono's work at SWG3.

The Dream piece installed at the venue is part of The Billboard Project series which coincides with the Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art taking place from June 7 to 23.

The artwork will remain at SWG3 until the end of the year making it a unique opportunity for the city's art lovers to see the legendary artist's work on a grand scale.

The Billboard Project is curated by artist Jim Lambie and SWG3.

It utilises a 12-metre-wide billboard installed on the Galvanizers' corrugated steel gable end during The New York Times Climate Hub in November 2021.

This now acts as a blank canvas to showcase contemporary art.

The initiative has created a treasure trail of creative installations and artworks around the SWG3 complex, with previous contributors including David Keenan with his piece Magic Is Real.

SWG3 will also host a special event SWG3 X Glasgow International Party on Friday, June 7, from 9pm to 3am where guests will enjoy live music and a special preview of the programme.

The evening will kick off with drinks on the Warehouse Terrace, celebrating the opening of the exhibition Martin Beck: Last Night which will run until June 23.

Artist Martin Beck's 13-hour video will feature, documenting all the records played by musical host David Mancuso 40 years ago at one of the last parties at the 99 Prince Street location of seminal New York dance party known as The Loft.

Tickets for the SWG3 X Glasgow International Party are available for £15 plus a booking fee.

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