Announcing the Taliesin Institute
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is excited to announce the launch of the Taliesin Institute, a collection of programs to advance the principles of organic architecture, the core of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 31, 2022
Sacred Spaces Photography Exhibit to Premiere at Beth Sholom Synagogue
Traveling exhibition of Andrew Pielage’s photography of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Sacred Spaces” debuts at the Wright-designed synagogue in Pennsylvania.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 10, 2021
Remembering John Rattenbury
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is saddened to announce the passing of Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice and Taliesin Architects cofounder, John Rattenbury. Rattenbury passed away on March 28, 2021 at the age of 93. Please join us in celebrating his life and accomplishments.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Mar 29, 2021
Taliesin Tour Season Begins in Wisconsin
“You can wander through Taliesin for hours at a time and never stop seeing something new.” – Robert Campbell, Architectural Critic
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Mar 17, 2021
Never Before Seen Look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unbuilt Arizona Capitol “Oasis”
Of all Frank Lloyd Wright’s unbuilt designs, a snub from Wright’s adopted home state of 25 years for its Capitol building still reverberates with this resident’s commentary: “What could be more ridiculous than for Arizona to go on record before the world and our own descendants as having rejected Frank Lloyd Wright as an architect?” Find out why Arizona never got its Capitol from America’s most famous architect.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 20, 2020
A Stunning Sequel: Spoke Art + Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art teamed up once again in 2020! The follow-up to the popular “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” exhibition made its debut in late October as a virtual showcase and now has limited edition artworks available.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 16, 2020
#WrightVirtualVisits Gets Revamped with Live Weekly Facebook Video Series
When more than 20 Wright sites across the country came together to swap weekly video tours in response to the shutdowns caused by the pandemic, #WrightVirtualVisits was born. A new version is here after audiences requested a more interactive and in-depth experience. Join us for #WrightVirtualVisits 2.0!
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 17, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Sites to Swap Virtual Visits
Weekly Thursday video tours spotlight beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings closed due to COVID-19
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 2, 2020