Frank Lloyd Wright designed art-glass windows and doors for his Prairie style buildings. Learn about Wright’s designs and create your own art-glass designs inspired by Wright. Ages 7 and up with an adult.Learn More >
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style is characterized by its geometric designs, horizontal lines, lack of ornamentation, and simple hipped roofs. To experience the Prairie style for themselves, students will tour Wright’s Robie House.Learn More >
Discover how Japanese art influenced Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, and learn basic folds and designs in origami to make figures inspired by architecture. Ages 8 and up with an adult.Learn More >
Create colorful monoprints inspired by the Japanese woodblock prints that influenced Wright. Ages 6 and up with an adult.Learn More >
Get inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs and Japanese art in this exciting and stimulating origami workshop. Discover how Japanese art influenced Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, and learn basic folds and designs in origami to make figures inspired by architecture.
Grades 2-6. Children age 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult.Learn More >
Frank Lloyd Wright designed art glass windows and doors for his Prairie style buildings. After a presentation on Wright’s art glass designs, children will be guided in creating their own art glass designs using tracing paper, colored pencils, construction paper, and examples of Wright’s patterns.
This program is appropriate for children in Grades 3-8.Learn More >
Based on Blue Balliett's novel The Wright 3, the tour is led by specially trained 5th-10th grade Junior Interpreters. Kids and their families experience the space and mystery of the Robie House, the setting of the mystery novel, for themselves.Learn More >