OHT is back on the date it first started, on 24-25 November, 7 years later!
The full program includes a number of events and contests, which will start on Saturday 17 November and will be completed on Sunday 25 November, with the established ending party!
More specifically, the OHT 2018 program, in addition to the tours in public and private buildings (OPEN TOURS, 24-25/11), includes tours in production and creation spaces (MADE IN Thessaloniki, 17-18/11), organized routes (OPEN WALK, 17-18/11), scheduled tours in certain buildings and creative spaces aimed at organized educational departments (OPEN SCHOOL, 19 & 23/11), cycling tours (OPEN BIKE, 24-25/11), photography contests (OPEN PHOTO, PHOTO MADE, OPEN HUNT). At the end of the event, the public will have the opportunity to vote at openhousethessaloniki.gr for their favorite tour in OHT 2018 (OPEN VOTE).
The volunteer applications continue until October 5.
You can find more information about the program, the parallel events and the completion here.
Photos from previous events can be found here.
Renata Douma, communication manager OHT
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Facebook: Open House Thessaloniki
Organization: OPEN HOUSE GREECE
Open House Greece is an Urban Non-Profit Company with the aim of promoting architecture and culture in Greece and abroad, through the annual Open House events in Athens and Thessaloniki. It was founded in 2012 and belongs to the wider family of Open House Worldwide (www.openhouseworldwide.org), which takes care of the global promotion of every Open House Event.
OPEN HOUSE IN A FEW WORDS
Open House is one of the most important global institutions for the promotion of architecture. The idea began at London in 1992 and until today it has spread to many cities around the globe. The Open House project invites the public to explore and understand the value of architecture.
Every year for one weekend, private and public buildings open their gates to everyone for free and the city is transformed to a big museum, with its buildings and architecture being the exhibits.