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Dinner at Auldbrass

Yemassee, South Carolina

March 28, 2020

A visit to Auldbrass Plantation, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939, provides a singular, once-in-a-lifetime Wright experience. Nearly destroyed by neglect, the multi-building estate has been beautifully restored by its owner, movie producer Joel Silver, setting a gold standard for historic preservation. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is the only organization granted access to this private house for an in-depth tour of the estate and intimate dinner party featuring gourmet cuisine and fine wines. Your tax-deductible ticket supports the Conservancy’s fundraising efforts. Take the opportunity to plan a getaway to nearby Savannah or Charleston (both around an hour away) to make this an unforgettable holiday, all while supporting the ongoing effort to save Wright.

This limited-seating event fills fast. Register online now to secure your seat or download the registration form.

Auldbrass
Photo by Anthony Peres

Auldbrass
Photo by Anthony Peres

Auldbrass
Photo by Anthony Peres

Guests at the 2018 Auldbrass dinner

Out and About Wright: Santa Fe

Santa Fe, New Mexico

May 1-3, 2020

New Mexico is practically synonymous with adobe-style architecture, but there’s another side to the Land of Enchantment. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy uncovers hidden gems of modern and organic architecture in the Santa Fe and Albuquerque areas, including a very special visit to Wright’s Arnold Friedman House (1945), the first of Wright’s two “teepee” houses, still owned by the original family and seldom open to visitors. Distinctive works by famed organic architect Bart Prince, Wright scholar Anthony Alofsin, AIA Gold Medal winner Ricardo Legoretta, and a special tour dedicated to artist Georgia O’Keeffe round out the Conservancy’s first event in New Mexico.

Registration opens for Conservancy members on Jan. 27.