Click on the New York piano to go to for more information on the worldwide phenomenon of Play Me, I'm Yours and and to see videos & pics from the 46 cities where pianos have been installed, since this internationally touring Artwork by British Artist Luke Jerram started life ~ back in 2008.

The Glasgow page is live now and will continue to be be updated with photos & video providing a lasting record of piano activites during the Games. 

Govanhill Baths Community Trust  ( 99 Calder Street, G42 7RA ~ 0141 433 2999 )

ERIC . . . was donated by Jamie McLaren and perfectly painted by Altronix, who also crafted new rear panels for Mack, Calisia, Floyd and Kelvin. The piano is located in the entrance foyer and hasn't had a swim just yet, as we are still knitting trunks big enough.

 the Mitchell Library  ( North Street, G37DN ~  0141 287 2999 )

PARKER . . . is located in the ground floor corridor at the North Street entrance and is parked outside ' the World through Wooden Eyes ' where none other than John Blundall ( creator of the original Parker and many more puppets ) is available to a share a lifetime of puppetry tales. The piano is available during normal opening hours unless events conflict. 

GoMA the Gallery of Modern Art   ( 99 Calder Street, G42 7RA ~ 0141 433 2999 )

Wee Mary . . . is on loan from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and was lovingly decorated by students from their Scenic Art Department. She is anchored at GoMA already and free for you to play . . . in advance of the main installation during the Games. She will be berthed on the Portico on sunny days or in the entrance oval if the tide is in !

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (  2 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3NY ~ 0141 353 8000 )

CALISIA . . . will be out on the top steps for you to play on sunny days or inside in the main foyer if the rain is pelting down ! She was the first PMIY Glasgow ' taster ' piano decorated last November with real leaves, quite a few celebrity signatures . . . and now obliterated by hundreds of menchys

Glasgow School of Art (  167 Renfrew Street, G3 6RQ ~ 0141 353 4500 )

MACK . . . will be outside the new Reid building opposite GSofA with a chalkboard back panel for you to add fresh masterpieces to every day. It is currently at the Project Cafe ( beside Mandoors ) just down the road and up the ramp at Fleming House.

GalGael Trust (  15 Fairley Street, G51 2TS ~ 0141 427 3070 )

WOODY . . . has received some Galgaelification from Martin Campbell of Rag & Bone workshops  . . . and will be outside on Fairley Street  when the Queens Baton Relay rolls through Govan around 1pm on July 22nd. Thursday nights are late opening at GalGael with music, song and poetry till 8pm.

Riverside Museum (  100 Pointhouse Rd, G3 8RS ~ 0141 287 2720 )

NEMO . . . was decorated by staff & pupils from Robert Smillie Memorial Primary School in Larkhall and is right at home among the trains planes & automobiles and can be found moored outside the back door next to the Tall Ship on sunny days.