The Chicago Architecture Center (CAC) is presenting Open House Chicago (OHC) 2022 presented by Wintrust on Oct. 15-16.
The public is encouraged to discover a roster of 150+ sites in 20 community areas over the weekend, augmented by opportunities for engagement throughout the month of October via the new CAC app.
New participating communities this year include Chatham and Hermosa, highlighted by the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center and the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Branch Library. Additional new sites to explore are Austin Branch Library, Architectural Artifacts, Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School, ComEd California Facility, Ravinia Brewing, Omni Ecosystems, 320 S. Canal St., 600 W. Fulton, The WasteShed Chicago, Kenwood United Church of Christ, St. Paul & the Redeemer Episcopal Church, OPEN Center for the Arts, Access Living Headquarters, Fulton East, Oak Park Public Library and Oak Park Conservatory.
In addition, there are returning favorites such as Central Park Theatre, Our Lady of Sorrows Basilica, Dank Haus, Givins Castle, Herman Miller Fulton Market, Boxville, The Forum, Chinese American Museum of Chicago, McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum, Seventeenth Church of Christ Scientist, Wintrust's Grand Banking Hall, the International Museum of Surgical Science, Holy Name Cathedral, Bahá'í House of Worship and many more.
A roster of Open House Chicago 2022 participating sites, self-guided tours and virtual programming can be found by visiting www.openhousechicago.org, downloading the CAC app via Apple Store of Google Play, and following the CAC on social media @chiarchitecturevisit often for updates.