The Chicago Architecture Center (CAC) is pleased to announce nearly 50 online programs and trails for self-guided biking, driving and walking during the CAC’s 10th annual Open House Chicago.
The Chicago Architecture Center (CAC), under the leadership of President and CEO Lynn J. Osmond, is pleased to announce nearly 50 online programs and trails for self-guided biking, driving and walking during the CAC’s 10th annual Open House Chicago (OHC) festival, reconfigured for outdoor and remote attendance from Friday, October 16 through Sunday, October 25, 2020. CAC members get priority access to an OHC 2020 preview program on Wednesday, October 7 at noon, as well as exclusive access to a series of eight “My Neighborhood, My Story” virtual tours with local celebrities and public figures.
These offerings highlight more than 20 Chicago neighborhoods and two suburbs with an intentional focus on, and engagement with, areas and corridors prioritized by the City of Chicago’s INVEST South/West initiative including Auburn Gresham, Austin, Back of the Yards and New City, Bronzeville, Englewood, Humboldt Park, North Lawndale, Pullman and Roseland, and South Shore. Fifteen additional OHC 2020 focus areas are Chicago’s Loop, Near North Side and Near West Side plus Beverly, Chinatown, Evanston and Rogers Park, Hyde Park and Kenwood, Lincoln Park, Logan Square, Oak Park, Pilsen, Wicker Park and Woodlawn.