Wednesday, July 19, 2023
4:00 p.m. CDT

Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright, just published by the University of Virginia Press, explores the position Wright holds in modern architectural thinking. Join its editors, architectural historians Neil Levine and Richard Longstreth, in conversation with Janet Parks as they discuss these historical and critical essays by leading scholars on Wright’s relationships with fellow architects and critics, and his influence on historic preservation. The book is based on the proceedings of the Conservancy’s 2017 annual conference, coinciding with the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Unpacking the Archive, which marked the completion of the transfer of the Wright archive to the Avery Library, Columbia University and the Museum.

Neil Levine, Emmet Blakeney Gleason Professor Emeritus of the History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University
Richard Longstreth, Professor of American Civilization, George Washington University

Tickets and registration:
Advance registration is required. Tickets are $10 for the general public, or complimentary for Building Conservancy members. If you are not a member, click here to learn more about member benefits and join.


How this event works:
Before the event starts you will receive an email with a Zoom access link. Please install and test Zoom in advance on the device on which you intend to view the event. A link to view the recording, which will be available for one month, will be emailed to all registrants after the event.

If you have questions or require registration assistance, please email [email protected].

This event is supported by the Rotary Historic Preservation Fellowship.

Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright book cover

Posted May 3, 2023