North-east war veterans and survivors are being urged to share their stories and photographs for an upcoming exhibition.
A Gallery of Memories day, which will encourage participants to share their memories, is set to take place later this week.
Artefacts and stories shared will then feature as part of a digital exhibition on the Rememberance Hall balcony of Aberdeen Art Gallery once it reopens later this year.
It is hoped the £30 million refurbishment of the art gallery will place it alongside the Music Hall and renovated Union Terrace Gardens as a new cultural centre.
North-east artist Gordon Burnett is also set to feature a special artwork, honouring all those who served at war and those who remained at home.
Work is also ongoing to create a fully digitised version of the city’s Rolls of Honour, focusing on lives lost during World War 1 to mark the 100-year commemoration.
The lists of names of Aberdonians who lost their lives will be projected on the wall opposite the new commission.
Lord Provost George Adam said: “I think it is very important for us with no experience of war to understand what these people went through.”