A parade of dancing buildings, a mysterious pink house in Marischal Quad and pop-up playscapes for all ages… all designed to make people look again at Aberdeen.
These are just a few of the offerings as the Look Again art festival returns to bring fun works and thought-provoking pieces to the Granite City from today until Sunday.
Hilary Nicoll, associate director of the festival, said: “You can expect a bigger, better offer of public art, exhibitions, workshops, performances, film screenings … and free ice cream.
“The whole thing about Look Again is it’s about looking at Aberdeen. It’s for anyone who feels connected to the area, who feels passionate about the city, who is interested in looking at Aberdeen through fresh eyes.”