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Save the Date: Virtual Conference

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While our Buffalo conference has been postponed to 2021, we are planning a virtual conference for this fall. It will take advantage of the unique format to showcase hard-to-reach sites and convene panelists who might not otherwise be able to come together in person. More details and registration info will be shared when they become available.

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2020 Annual Conference postponed

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The Conservancy’s 2020 Annual Conference in Buffalo has been postponed to fall 2021 due to the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was scheduled to take place from September 23-27. Conservancy members and supporters will be invited to join us for a virtual conference this fall. Planning is underway and information will be shared as soon as it is available.

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COVID-19 and the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy

The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy takes the threat posed by COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) seriously. The health and safety of our members, event attendees, and staff is our priority. We are closely following updates from the CDC and local health authorities. This is a fluid and rapidly-evolving situation, and we commit to sharing timely updates with relevant stakeholders as decisions are made. Any important announcements will be sent directly to…

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Nominations Open for 2020 Wright Spirit Awards

Nominations are now open for the Wright Spirit Awards. The Wright Spirit Awards were established in 1991 to honor individuals and organizations who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to preserving Wright’s legacy.  The Conservancy’s Awards Committee selects the honorees, and awards will be presented at the 2020 Annual Conference in Buffalo, New York. Due to disruptions caused by COVID-19, the deadline to make a nomination has been extended to April…

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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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