A short film which shows a woman reading extracts from a Braille edition of Playboy magazine has won an international prize.
The film was made by Caroline Douglas, 26, a graduate from Glasgow School of Art.
Caroline was declared the winner of the ninth Helen Keller International Award at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Last Friday, she was presented with a specially designed trophy and a cheque for £1500 by the charity's Patron, The Duchess of Sutherland last Friday.
Playboy Braille is a five-minute film which features a woman reading an article from the June 1996 edition. The judges felt the piece had the greatest impact of all the applicants as it worked on so many levels.
Isobel MacRae, exhibition curator from the Sense Scotland Arts Team, said: "I think visitors to the exhibition will find a fantastic variety of artworks to experience and explore, across a wide range of mediums.
"From large-scale installations featuring sound and water, to intimate tactile paintings and sculptures, it's a great chance to see these emotive and challenging works, which explore the senses."
Caroline's film is on show 10am to 6pm until May 26 at Glasgow Caledonian University in the CPD Centre.