Join us as we explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture beyond the visual – through the senses of sound, touch, and kinesthetic. Discover how Wright was inspired by Arizona, through his work on the Harold Price Jr. House, the David Wright House and selected buildings at Taliesin West.
Jack Quinan is an architectural historian specializing in the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architecture and Modernism. He is a founder of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy an organization of more than 900 members dedicated to the preservation of Wright’s work and he is the Curator Emeritus and a member of the board of directors of Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, NY.
Presented as part of our Footprints on the Desert series.
Cost: $5.00 Public; $4.00 AHS members and Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation members.