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The Interactive Art of Taliesin West’s Desert
Behind Taliesin West, amongst the student desert shelters and Sonoran Desert life, former student of the School of Architecture at Taliesin’s Immersion Program, Kathleen Werner, created a movable, interactive art installation called the “Etazin Circle.” We asked Werner a bit about how Taliesin West’s environment led to this mesmerizing, innovative art piece.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 26, 2017
Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright with Music
Two concerts at Taliesin’s historic Hillside Theater celebrate the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth. Taliesin Music Director, Effi Casey, and Jason Silverman reflect.
Effi Casey | Aug 3, 2017
Biomimicry and the Desert Home
An avid outdoorsman and Seattle native, VALI Homes founder and current Arizona resident Austin Trautman struggled to find beauty in what appeared to him a dry and lifeless landscape. Yet after a few months of biking, hiking, and camping the Sonoran desert, he developed a profound sense of awe in the life-sustaining structure of native plants and used them as inspiration for building the ideal desert home.
Austin Trautman | Jun 30, 2017
Take a Selfie with Flat Frank!
We’ve created something that will be fun to share to show your creativity and passion for all things Frank Lloyd Wright. Meet Flat Frank.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 31, 2017