How to Live in the Desert: Interpreting Taliesin West – Scottsdale
November 30, 2017
Following up on Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO Stuart Graff’s presentation at Arizona Humanities, The House is a Heart: Why Historic Homes Matter, explore how Taliesin West (Scottsdale) and historic structures inform us about the life of a community. Like first-person histories, historic homes give a human dimension to the great forces that shape communities. Graff will share Taliesin West’s history and story, and attendees will break up into small groups to interpret various spaces at Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic winter home and desert laboratory. Understanding these unique places—and preserving them—tells us not only our history, but also our future. After the program, attendees can enjoy a small reception.
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
The program is free but due to limited capacity RSVPs are required.