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Public Wright Sites Swap Virtual Visits

Weekly virtual tours spotlight beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings around the country closed due to COVID-19

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COVID-19 and the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy

Stay up-to-date on the Conservancy's response to COVID-19

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Booth Cottage on the Move

Booth Cottage is moving - check back for updates

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Nominations Open for 2020 Wright Spirit Awards

Nominations are open for the Wright Spirit Awards, and the deadline has been extended to April 17, 2020

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Save the Date: 2020 Annual Conference

Interpreting Wright: Visitor Centers and Public Education Programs will be held Sept. 23-27 in Buffalo, New York.

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WRIGHT ON THE MARKET

View listings for Wright-designed houses around the country currently available for sale.

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We facilitate the preservation and stewardship of the remaining built works designed by Frank Lloyd Wright through advocacy, education and technical services.

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CONSERVANCY EVENTS

Out and About Wright: Santa Fe (postponed)

May 1-3, 2020 Santa Fe, New Mexico

CONFERENCE

Interpreting Wright: Visitor Centers and Public Education Programs

September 23-27, 2020 Buffalo, New York

AROUND THE WRIGHT WORLD

Jun Kaneko Public Art Exhibition at Martin House

The Martin House is pleased to partner with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative to present an exciting installation featuring artist Jun Kaneko’s monumental ceramic sculptures. The installation will comprise seven of the artist’s enormous, freestanding ceramic works for outdoor display on the newly restored grounds of the Martin House estate, as well as a series of smaller works on view indoors.

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Advanced Photography Workshop II with Andrew Pielage

A three-day advanced photography workshop with landscape and architectural photographer, Andrew Pielage, will guide you in capturing the light and lines of Unity Temple as well as two private Wright residences in Oak Park:  the Hills-DeCaro and William Martin houses. The course will apply creative approaches to composition, image framing and the challenges of light and shadow in these unique and exclusive properties. Participants must provide their own camera, tripod and computer, and it is strongly recommended to have a basic understanding of aperture, shutter speed and ISO.

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