Photographers of all ages are invited to pack cameras, visit buildings, places and spaces that join this year’s program and get snapping for the chance to share $1,000 in prizes and a Peter Thiedeke workshop!
This year we excited to announce we have three categories, Professional, Open Amateur (Adult) and Junior.
The competition is open to anyone who has an interest in architecture and design and a passion and flair for photography but remember, your entries must be taken on the day of the event – Saturday 17 October 2020 and Sunday 18 October 2020.
Winners will be chosen by a panel of judges made up of Gold Coast Open House committee members and representatives of Griffith University. Snaps can be taken indoors or out. Judges consider creativity, photo quality and architectural significance when selecting the winners.
HOW TO ENTER
Before MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY 8th NOVEMBER
“Well-designed buildings and public spaces are vital in creating and sustaining a vibrant and equitable city and open house enables the wider community to become more knowledgeable, engage in dialogue and make informed judgements about their future city’s environment”
VICTORIA THORNTON, OBE, HON FRIBA, OPEN HOUSE FOUNDER
Submit a photograph of your interpretation of open house founder, Victoria Thornton’s, vision (above).
Show us which well-designed buildings, places and spaces are part of your gold coast 2020 experience!
Post to Instagram by using the applicable hashtags here, #gcoh2020 and your category:
Hashtag #gcoh2020 AND #gcoh2020open
Hashtag photos #gcoh2020 AND #gcoh2020pro
- Follow @goldcoastopenhouse on Instagram
- Tag @goldcoastopenhouse and @peter_thiedeke
- Tag two friends
Upload your images at high resolution via our website for the final jury determination.
Winners announced via Instagram and Facebook on the
November 17th 2020
ready to enter?
MINI PHOTO COMPETITIONS
This year’s mini-comp themes were:
Underneath the Hilton
To be announced
To be announced
Terms and Conditions
Gold Coast Open House reserves the right to publish any submitted photos in electronic and printed promotional material including use of images in the media for Gold Coast Open House. We will credit you as the photographer. There will be no payment for the use of the copyright. We will not sell or give away the rights to use your photographs to any third party without seeking prior consent. Photographs taken of general public including children where the person can be identified are required to submit a talent release form.
Entries in the Focus on Architecture Photography Competition will be open via Instagram in three categories, Junior (primary and secondary students) and Open Amateur, Professional (commercial photographers).
To enter your photos of Gold Coast Open House buildings, upload them and tag #gcoh2020 plus the category you are entering:#gcoh2020open, #gcoh2020jnr, #gcoh2020pro.