A Man 100 Years Ahead of His Time: Excerpts from the Mike Wallace Interview
In 1957, Frank Lloyd Wright appeared on the Mike Wallace Interview, a well-known television program of the late 1950s. Here we share excerpts from the interview, which give insight into Wright’s still-influential thoughts and feelings on a wide variety of topics.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 20, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Magazine Celebrates 60 Years of the Guggenheim
For the upcoming issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation partnered with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation to share an in-depth look at one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most well-known buildings. This special summer 2019 issue coincides with the 60th anniversary of when the Guggenheim first opened its doors to the public in 1959.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 13, 2019
Art & Architecture Summer Camps at Taliesin West – 2019 Recap
From speaking to a NASA engineer who is working on the Mars 2020 rover; to capturing images of Taliesin West, K-12 students in our Summer Art & Architecture Camps fused technology, architecture, and creativity for an unforgettable summer experience.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 12, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Frank J. Baker House for Sale
The 4,800 square-foot Wilmette, Illinois five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house is listed for $899,900.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 8, 2019
A Life in Libretto: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Life and Art Take the Stage at Arizona Opera
Much of Frank Lloyd Wright’s life and work has intrigued people all over the world, but the period of his life from 1903 to 1914 was especially tumultuous. In this time, Wright experienced a devastating fire, complex
relationships, and other intense hardships. Over the years, these stories have inspired books and continue to fascinate Wright fans.
This September, Wright’s life and work are taking the stage at Arizona Opera.
Emily Balli | Aug 6, 2019
“I believe a house is more a home by being a work of Art.”
— Frank Lloyd Wright
Learning By Doing Part 2 – In the Kitchen
For the next several months, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 2018-2019 Graphic Design Fellow, Meagan Vanderhill, will be exploring the concept of learning by doing. Here, she tries her hand at cooking and working in the kitchen, much like members of the Fellowship once did.
Meagan Vanderhill | Aug 2, 2019
My Modern Met: Illustrators Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Timeless Architecture with Vintage-Style Posters
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has partnered with Spoke Art gallery to host a traveling Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired art exhibition, featuring work from over a dozen international artists. My Modern Met highlighted the show, and shared more about the limited edition prints.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 31, 2019
UPDATE: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Sondern-Adler House for Sale by No-Reserve Auction
The Kansas City, Missouri, home, once listed at $1.6 million, will now be sold in a no-reserve auction.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 29, 2019
Willey House Stories Part 15 – Trading Drama for Poetry
Every house has stories to tell, particularly if the house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Some stories are familiar. Some are even true. Some, true or not, have been lost to time, while others are yet to be told. Steve Sikora, owner of the Malcom Willey House, continues his exploration of the home and its influence on architecture and society.
Steve Sikora | Jul 25, 2019