Music and Media
- Open (Shaznay Lewis album), 2004
- Open (Blues Image album)
- Open (Cowboy Junkies album), 2001
- Open (Gotthard album)
- Open (YFriday album), 2001
- Open (Jon Anderson album), 2011
- Open (Stick Men album), 2012
- Open, 1967 album by Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity
- Open (band), Australian pop/rock band
- "Open", a song by The Cure on their album Wish
- Open (film), a 2011 film
- Open...., the original interactive television service on BSkyBs Sky Digital platform
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