Digital Doors Open Day Glasgow 2020

doors open 2020
Monday, 14 September 2020 from 09:00-23:30
through until 20 September, 2020
Digital doors are opening across Glasgow…
​In 2020,  Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is going DIGITAL! ​
From Monday 14th – Sunday 20th September, you can expect a diverse programme of webinars, 3D-tours, audio trails, image galleries, specially commissioned short films and more!
** Bookings for live events open Tuesday 1st September **

Arlington Baths Club

arlington dod 2020

Tour on You Tube 17 September, 2020 From 4 p.m.

the briggait
Most of the virtual festival will be on Doors Open Day Website  so you can get stuck into photography, videos and stories.
Watch out for highlights on social media throughout the festival.
you're only young twice
Glasgow University

University of Glasgow Tower photo Jim Byrne

Join Zoom Events – Register
Full programme of events

Register to join  live webinars in Zoom (bookings open Tuesday 1st September), or sit back and watch them broadcast on Facebook Live.

Audio Tours – Walking and Cycling Round Glasgow with Guidigo

And if you want to get outside, download one of the guided audio tours from Guidigo made for walking and cycling around the city.  Download the app from Guidigo from Apple Store
kelvingrove entrance

Kelvingrove art gallery photo by jim byrne

Access Doors Open Day Festival on the Web

Use these links below to access digital offerings.

Instagram: @glasgowdoorsopendaysfestival

Photography Competition

Through examination of your everyday environment and Glasgow through your eyes, we hope to see untold stories.
Your Brief

  • Select a building on a one of your favourite Glasgow streets
  • Capture the building’s purpose and how it anchors or holds the street together
  • You can focus on a specific detail or element of the building or approach it as a whole
  • Can be a new or old building – think about how you can convey the building’s history
  • In your caption use up to 50 words to tell a us why this building adds to your sense of place in the city.

Photographs can be submitted via email with the hashtag #GDODFUntold in the subject line

Creative Conversations: Jemma Neville
Creative Conversations: Nicholson Baker

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