Lectures & Events

 
Christmas tree in Children's Playroom at Home and Studio
Saturday, December 3, 2022

Home for the Holidays

You are invited to join the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust for a celebration of the season. Bring your family and friends for a free tour of Wright’s Oak Park Home, decked for the holidays with a spectacular tree decorated with traditional German glass ornaments, poinsettias, fresh flowers, evergreens and wreaths in keeping with the Wright family tradition.

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Travel

 
Hollyhock House
Friday, February 3 2023

California Craft: West Coast Modern & Frank Lloyd Wright

February 3-6, 2023
Enjoy curator-led tours, fresh California cuisine and exclusive tours of houses that are not open to the public. Highlights include in-depth tours of Wright’s Hollyhock House and Greene and Greene’s Gamble House, as well as a curator-led tour of the American decorative arts collection at the Huntington Museum and Library.

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ryoan ji garden
Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Wright in Japan: The Architect’s Eastern Vision

March 22-April 2, 2023
Travel in the architect’s footsteps and into the heart of Japanese culture, discovering what Wright loved about Japan and the ideas from “that great East” which proved influential throughout his career. Fall in love with Japan, as Wright did, on this 11-day, 10-night journey.

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Wingspread
Friday, May 31, 2023

Summer Sojourn: Wright in Wisconsin

May 31-June 3, 2023
This brand-new 3-night, 4-day summer sojourn starts in Chicago and heads north along the lake, taking in the S.C. Johnson Complex, Wingspread and the 1905 Hardy House in Racine; then heads west to Madison’s Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, The First Unitarian Society Church and the Jacobs 1 House, the birthplace of Usonia.

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Darwin Martin interior
Friday, September 8 2023

An American Legacy: Architecture, Craft, and Design in Upstate New York

September 8-11, 2023
Drawn to the region by prosperous clients, the nation’s most progressive architects and designers, including H. H. Richardson, Louis Sullivan, Daniel Burnham, and Frank Lloyd Wright helped shape a grand vision for this modern American city.

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