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The latest news and events, searchable guides to all of Wright's buildings, resources for owners and much more await on our new website.

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Barbara Gordon Named New Executive Director

Gordon, a resident of Oak Park and longtime Chicago Architecture Foundation employee, will succeed Janet Halstead as the Conservancy's executive director.

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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Maintains Its Accreditation

The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture’s application to operate as an entity independent from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation was approved in late February, allowing the School to maintain its accreditation as an independent institution of higher learning.

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Steelcase and Forward Space Redesign the Conservancy Office

The Conservancy offices are now outfitted in sleek furniture and storage solutions donated by Steelcase and Forward Space.

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First Thorpe Fellows Reflect on San Francisco Conference

The Conservancy welcomed the inaugural participants in the John G. Thorpe Young Professionals and Students Fellowship, created in memory of architect and preservation advocate John Thorpe, to the 2016 conference in San Francisco.

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Register Now for Out and About Wright: Chicago Points West

Visit eight Wright-designed buildings on the Conservancy's spring tour, April 28-30.

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Save the Dates for 2017 Symposium and Conference in New York City

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Wright’s birth, the Conservancy is organizing a symposium at the Museum of Modern Art to coincide with the major new exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive. The symposium will be a major part of the 2017 conference, Sept. 13-17 in New York City.

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Our mission is to facilitate the preservation and maintenance of the remaining structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright through education, advocacy and technical services.

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CONFERENCE

Wright at 150

September 13-17, 2017 New York City

CONSERVANCY EVENTS

Out and About Wright: Chicago Points West

April 28-30, 2017 Oak Brook, Illinois

CONSERVANCY EVENTS

Dinner at Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob

June 10, 2017 Mill Run, Pennsylvania

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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