'Creative Banter presents Merge' will run from Thursday until October 29 in a suite at the Skypark in Finnieston.
It will feature artists, costume designers, jewellery makers and sculptors in what organisers are calling an exciting showcase of Glasgow's creative minds.
Exhibitors from the Creative Banter networking events and artist collabor-ation 'rockpapervideo' will be involved.
The event has been organised and curated by artist Rebecca Glen with the help of the exhibitors.
It is operating on a profit-free basis and aims to provide a platform for creatives to promote their work and strengthen links with the city's businesses.
Rebecca, 28, who produces drawings with a fine-line pen, said: "The exhibitors have all created pieces which represent where they are in their careers and the quality of the work is very high.
"We are running it on a non-profit plan and are very grateful that the Skypark has decided not to charge us for the use of the space.
"Entry to the exhibition is free too, so we are keeping costs down. It is a reaction to the state of the economy, we don't want it to be an expense to people to showcase their work."
Creative Banter was launched last year by Rebecca and event manager Martin Jack to provide creative individuals with a source of new contacts, valuable knowledge and information, together with opportunities to participate in events and exhibit and showcase their skills.
Rebecca added: "We are hoping to get school groups along to inspire some of the young people who are thinking about a career in the creative industries.
"It will be the perfect chance to see the quality and diversity of art and creative thinking in Glasgow."
The exhibition opens on Thursday and is being held at Unit 162b Finnieston Square, Skypark 1, 8 Elliot Place, Glasgow G3 8EP.
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