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Save the Date: 2020 Annual Conference

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The 2020 Annual Conference, Interpreting Wright: Visitor Centers and Public Education Programs, will take place September 23-27 in Buffalo, New York. Registration will open in June. In light of the extraordinary success of Toshiko Mori’s visitor center at the Martin House, the conference will focus on the form and function of visitor centers and their associated educational programs. Visitor centers and public education programs have become increasingly integral aspects of historic…

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Private Purchases Bring New Homeowners to Stephen Hunt and Richardson Homes

By Marsha Shyer, Owner, Brandes House

Sometimes there is only one house in the entire world that is the right house for a person. Almost like the right partner, one can search obsessively, flirt with others, almost give up, vow it is over, and then, at the brink of disappointment, the “right one” comes along. Talk to Todd Levin and you will feel like you are hearing this genre of romantic story—a story that does not…

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Register Now for 2019 Fall Conference

The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy kicks off its 30th anniversary at the 2019 annual conference this fall! Wright’s Influence in Postwar Southern California, Oct. 2-6 in Los Angeles, picks up where the 2005 L.A. conference (focused on the period 1917-1941) left off. We’ll explore Wright’s influence on John Lautner, Richard Neutra, Rudolph Schindler and others whose postwar work in California became highly influential in its own right. Join us…

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APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2019 JOHN G. THORPE FELLOWSHIP

Graduate students and young professionals are invited to apply for the 2019 John G. Thorpe Young Professionals and Students Fellowship. This program was established in 2016 to honor John Garrett Thorpe, prominent restoration architect and longtime Conservancy board member. Young professionals in the first five years of their careers in architecture or historic preservation, and graduate students in architecture or historic preservation (full-time or part-time) currently enrolled at the time…

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Program Announced for Out and About Wright: DFW Modern

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UPDATE 2/21: Registration for this event is now full. Contact preservation [at] savewright.org to be put on the wait list. When Wright first visited in the 1930s, historian Charles Marshall writes, he called Dallas “young and architecturally untouched,” Today, the Dallas-Forth Worth area is home to one of the highest concentrations of world-class architecture in the country. While Wright’s 1930s and ’40s residential and hotel designs for Dallas clients were…

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