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Register Now for Out and About Wright: New Mexico’s Modern Side

UPDATE 1/29: This event is now wait-list-only. Email preservation@savewright.org to be added to the wait list.

Registration is now open to all Conservancy members for Out and About Wright: New Mexico’s Modern Side, May 1-3, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

New Mexico is practically synonymous with adobe-style architecture, but there’s another side to the Land of Enchantment. This is your chance to see hidden gems of modern and organic architecture in the Santa Fe and Albuquerque areas, including a very special visit to Wright’s Arnold Friedman House (1945), the first of Wright’s two “teepee” houses, still owned by the original family and seldom open to visitors. Distinctive works by famed organic architect Bart Prince, Wright scholar Anthony Alofsin, AIA Gold Medal winner Ricardo Legoretta, and a special tour dedicated to artist Georgia O’Keeffe round out the Conservancy’s first event in New Mexico.

Click here to download the program and registration form (pdf) and register online now. We expect a strong turnout for this rare attempt to see the Friedman House, so don’t delay!

All tours depart from and return to the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza (100 Sandoval St.), a member of Historic Hotels of America. The landmark hotel dates back to a hacienda built in 1625. Our attendees stay at the special rate of $159/night. Book by April 9 online or call 505.988.2811 and use group code FLW.

Posted on January 27, 2020

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