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The IAF are now seeking volunteers for Open House Dublin 2023. Taking place 7-15 October, Open House Dublin is a free festival of architecture with 100+ tours, talks, lectures, workshops, podcasts and more across the city and county of Dublin – brought to you by the Irish Architecture Foundation.

As an OHD volunteer, you will experience Dublin in an exciting new way, help others enjoy great architecture, meet new people and gain unforgettable skills. Every year our volunteers are the spirit behind Open House Dublin; as we deliver an exciting programme of events together.

From tour guides, stewards and InfoHub assistants to area managers - we have volunteer opportunities for everyone, experienced or not! We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and encourage anyone interested to apply. Join the OHD team and be part of Ireland’s largest architecture festival.

Benefits include:
Priority access to events over OHD weekend (exceptions apply).
Learning about architecture.
Bespoke training by the National Gallery of Ireland.
References and CPD points (where relevant).
Volunteer party on the last day of the festival.
Opportunities to meet new people and network.

To volunteer for OHD23 visit the Open House Dublin site, listed above.

Our full programme of events will be announced on 6 September.

Open House Dublin 2023: Volunteer Callout

General Info

Event Type(s) Festivals
Admission / Cost FREE


Irish Architecture Foundation

About Established in 2005, the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF) is an independent organisation dedicated to the promotion of architecture as culture. We encourage people to engage with their built environment, to inspire new ways of thinking about architecture. We truly believe architecture has the power to improve the way we live and how we think about our built environment. By bringing people together from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, we can create a more inclusive conversation that will inspire a better-built environment for everyone.

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