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View Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic Hat & Cane For a Limited Time at Taliesin West
Get a closer look into Frank Lloyd Wright’s unmistakable design and fashion aesthetic when his hat and cane are displayed in his winter home and studio in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 30, 2021
Kansas City Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Church Revives its Iconic ‘Steeple of Light’
After being turned off for two years, the Community Christian Church’s historic Steeple of Light, once again illuminates the night sky over the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 25, 2021
A Look at the Women Whose Work Shaped the Wright Legacy
For the upcoming issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, we spoke with architecture curator Ashley Mendelsohn, on her recent experience guest curating our 2021 spring edition titled “‘Hers is a Good Spirit Here’: Women Working with Frank Lloyd Wright.”
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 28, 2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired Textile Blocks & 3D Cement Tiles Now Available
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has partnered with Southern California building materials company Eso Surfaces to create iconic textile blocks and 3D cement tiles from the Frank Lloyd Wright archive.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 18, 2021
Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Presents “Frank Lloyd Wright, Democracy, and the American Landscape”
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President & CEO Stuart Graff speaks to the O’Connor Institute about Frank Lloyd Wright’s relationship with Democracy and the American landscape.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 12, 2021
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Liberty Magazine Covers
In 1927, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a series of twelve monthly covers based on seasonal themes for Liberty magazine. While they were never published on the magazines, the designs endure as a lasting part of the Wright legacy.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 6, 2021
Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Wyoming Valley School Receives Grant for Preservation
Our friends at the Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center and Town of Wyoming (Wisconsin) received a $90,200 community development investment grant to complete vital preservation work.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 27, 2021
The Art & Craft of the Machine
This essay excerpt has been taken from one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s earliest and most seminal lectures where he seized upon the ways in which industry, education, and architecture could foster more inclusive and equal communities.
Frank Lloyd Wright | Apr 7, 2021
A Springtime Celebration: Easter at Taliesin West
Each year, the Wrights and the Taliesin Fellowship would host a colorful, lively Easter celebration on the grounds of Taliesin West. Guests traveled to enjoy this annual tradition full of music, food, and fun that helped mark the end of spring.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 2, 2021