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Pledge your support to preserving Wright’s remaining buildings for generations to come.

Despite Wright’s singular impact on the world of architecture and design, more than 20% of his built works have been lost to demolition or neglect. Over half of those remaining have no legal protection. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is the only organization whose mission is to facilitate the preservation of them all. Your unrestricted tax-deductible donations ensure that the Conservancy is prepared to act quickly and decisively to face the next threat.

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You can also make a gift by printing out and mailing an individual donation form or by calling the office at 312.663.5500. Companies or organizations, please see our Corporate Partners program.

John G. Thorpe Emerging Professionals & Students Fellowship

The Thorpe Fellowship was established in 2016 to honor John Garrett Thorpe, prominent restoration architect and longtime Conservancy board member. Emerging professionals and graduate students in architecture or historic preservation are eligible to apply. Fellows receive one free core registration to attend the Conservancy’s annual conference, and a one-year Conservancy membership.

Help encourage the next generation of advocates in our mission to save Wright! If you’d like to make a tax-deductible gift in support of the Thorpe Fellowship, please click the button below, or contact the office at [email protected] or 312.663.5500.

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John Thorpe

2016 Thorpe Fellows Suzan Ozcelik, Arianna Urban and Matthew Palmquist with former Conservancy Executive Director Janet Halstead
Photo © Mark Hertzberg

2017 Thorpe Fellows Emily Butler, Catherine Deacon and Christopher Locke
Photo © Mark Hertzberg

2018 Keepers Fellow Vivien Lasken, and Thorpe Fellows Kristi Jamrisko Gross, Allison Semrad, Ashley Williams, and Rebecca Hagen

2019 Thorpe Fellows Greg Socinski, Drew Barnhart, and Elise Skulte. (Not pictured: Walker Shadle.)
Photo by Benjamin Simpson

2020 Thorpe Fellows Meeting

2020 Thorpe Fellows Virtual Meet-Up