This online event offers the opportunity for thousands of geographically dispersed Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts to conveniently listen to free audio sessions over the course of three days with very special guest experts, historians, and homeowners.
2017's theme was FLLW 150: Legacy of Inspiration and explores Wright’s impact on clients and architects.
Kathryn Smith, historian and author, reveals enlightening research into Wright's exhibits and how they spread his architectural ideas.
Original Wright homeowner Roland Reisley shares his earliest memories of joining the Usonian cooperative in Pleasantville, New York.
The story of three generations of family members living in Wright's Usonian Muirhead Farmhouse.
Rob Barros, documentary filmmaker and producer, discusses Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice John (Jack) Howe.
Architectural historian William Blair Scott, Jr. shares insights into Wright apprentice William Wesley Peters.