The new Riverside Museum in Glasgow is set to host a festival to celebrate seafood next month.
Some of the leading chefs in Scotland will take part in the event along with a series of market stalls.
Chefs including Jacqueline O’Donnell, Joe Queen and John Quigley will host demonstrations, while the fish market will have salmon from Loch Duart, fresh oysters from Caledonian Oysters, a seafood BBQ from MacCallums of Troon, oysters and smoked salmon from Loch Fyne and scallops from the Waterfront Bar and Restaurant in Oban.
Chair of Glasgow Life, Councillor George Redmond, said: "The seafood festival brings together two of the nation's great loves - the Riverside Museum and good food - for what will be a fantastic weekend.
"There can be no better setting anywhere in the world to enjoy the very finest Scottish seafood than at our iconic new museum on the banks of the River Clyde.
"With an exciting programme including demonstrations from some of Scotland's top chefs and a market selling the best local produce, it promises to be hugely popular with food lovers and transport enthusiasts alike. The museum has already established itself as one of Scotland’s top attractions and events like this will only add to its growing popularity."
The festival, on August 6 and August 7, is being organised by Glasgow Life in partnership with Seafood Scotland, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau and Scotland Food and Drink.
Clare Dixon, of Seafood Scotland, said: "This new event looks set to be a very busy and exciting weekend and really does offer something for all the family.
"It’s a fantastic opportunity for people to sample a wide variety of seafood that is caught in our very own fresh waters. We hope that visitors will go home excited about fish and shellfish, and wanting to cook more for themselves."