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Conservancy Symposium Highlights New Thinking on Wright at 150

Held Sept. 13 – 15 at The Museum of Modern Art, Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright at 150 will look backward and forward in time to reassess the meaning of Wright’s architecture and its broad impact.

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CURATED AUCTION OF EXCLUSIVE EXPERIENCES, ARTWORK AND MORE NOW OPEN TO ALL CONSERVANCY MEMBERS

A private dinner party at Fallingwater and original photography by Pedro E. Guerrero are among the items in the Conservancy's online fundraiser auction. Early discounted raffle tickets are also available to conference attendees.

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Conservancy To Present Panel Discussion at Unity Temple

A panel of experts, including restoration architect Gunny Harboe, will discuss the restoration of Unity Temple on Oct. 26 as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial.

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NYC CONFERENCE, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AT 150, COMING IN SEPTEMBER

The annual conference, Sept. 13 – 17 in New York City, will include a special three-day symposium with 18 speakers at The Museum of Modern Art, tours of private Wright houses and more.

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David and Gladys Wright House to Become Part of Taliesin School

The School of Architecture at Taliesin will take over planning for the preservation of the house immediately, with future restoration acts to be undertaken by the faculty and students of the School.

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New Edition of Conservancy’s Guide to Wright Sites On Sale Now

To celebrate Wright's 150th birthday year the Conservancy has revised and expanded its popular guidebook, Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places.

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CONFERENCE

Frank Lloyd Wright at 150

September 13-17, 2017 New York City

CONSERVANCY EVENTS

Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright at 150

September 13-15, 2017 Museum of Modern Art, New York City

CONSERVANCY EVENTS

Back on the Cutting Edge: Building 21st-Century Technology into Wright’s Unity Temple

October 26, 2017 Unity Temple, 875 Lake Street, Oak Park, IL

AROUND THE WRIGHT WORLD

April After Hours at Robie House

Every Friday in April, Wright’s architectural masterpiece is the venue and you are on the guest list. Gather with friends as the Robie House comes to life after hours (5-8 p.m.). Wander the celebrated spaces of this icon of modernism while enjoying live music, drinks, light hors d’oeuvres and a festive, casual atmosphere. Advance tickets are highly recommended.

AROUND THE WRIGHT WORLD

Wright and Like Tour 2017: Milwaukee

This Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin event features guided interior tours of private homes and public buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries.

AROUND THE WRIGHT WORLD

Wright Plus 150

Wright Plus 150 is the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust’s internationally renowned annual house walk, featuring rare interior tours of private homes and public buildings designed by Wright and his contemporaries. Guests enjoy tours of spectacular residences, learn about their history and architecture, and share a festive day with visitors from around the country and the world. The featured homes and buildings are all within walking distance. Walk or hop on a shuttle trolley (included with admission) to get from the parking areas and Oak Park train stops to the Orientation Center at the Home and Studio courtyard.

AROUND THE WRIGHT WORLD

The Formation of the Japanese Print Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School

This exhibition comprises Japanese prints originally purchased from Frank Lloyd Wright, photos of the 1908 exhibition at the Art Institute, as well as presentation drawings by Wright and his studio. Many of the drawings are by talented draftswoman Marion Mahony Griffin and show the incorporation of elements found in Wright’s Japanese prints. In this collaborative exhibition, works drawn from the Department of Asian Art, Ryerson and Burnham Library, and the Department of Architecture and Design will be on view.

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