Art and vintage are coming together this month when Glasgow's The Gallery of Modern Art will be the pop-up venue for a vintage bazaar.

The Beatroot and Lace Bazaar, which began life at the Art School, will now be a monthly gathering of creativity at exciting, and secret, venues across Glasgow.

The first of these events will be held in the main hall of GOMA at Royal Exchange Square on Saturday 14th March, and brings together vintage stalls, as well as design, art and performers.

The vintage, art and music fair is organised by Glasgow couple  Marco Piero Fusco and Jennie Gear.

Marco, a musician for the last 20 years, and Jennie, an artist, decided to start a business after having their first child last year. They wanted to have as much family time together as possible, as well as bring together their passions for music, art and collecting treasures from times gone by.

"We set up our online shop, our permanent stall under the Barrowland sign at the Barras and started to trade at vintage fairs in Glasgow spending all our time and resources on building something special for our daughters' future" says Marco.

It was here that they brought together the idea for the Beatroot and Lace Bazaar - to mix "the best of the past with music, with art and design of the present and future."

At the GOMA event there will be 75 sellers involved, with a mix of vintage clothing,  homewear and current designers and artists, including Glasgow instution Mr Ben, Dreamland, which sells 80s and 90s vintage, The Eyedresser, which sells vintage glasses which can fit lenses to some cool vintage frames, and the opportunity to get a half price vintage hairstyle and make-up from VivaLaLux Hair and Beauty.

Video projections of surrealist films, weird taxidermy and music and performances also add to the inclusive experience.  The organisers are also inviting musicians to come and take part by performing around the venue.

Marco says: "As the performers are 'busking style' we may not even know until the day who is going to be playing, we want it make it as spontaneous as possible."

Coming up will be some exciting new venues, but Marco is keeping it under wraps. "We are speaking to a few new venues but cant reveal them just now but they are big and very much Glasgow institutions," he added.

The Bazaar is open between 11am and 5.30pm, and while it is free, there will be an honesty box for people to donate however much they like in order to ensure the event keeps going for the future.