This event is the first of its kind—an opportunity for thousands of geographically dispersed Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts to virtually gather online and conveniently watch sessions (for free) over the course of three days with very special guest experts.
The theme of the 2016 virtual summit was Prairie Revolution and explored Wright’s Prairie Style.
There were 4000+ attendees this year. Will you join?
Watch a brief 3 minute video to learn about this special online event—plus reasons why you'll want to sign up. You'll discover...
• What the first summit in 2015 was all about
• Why the 2016 theme is titled Prairie Revolution
• Who the five guest experts are and what they discuss
• How to get registered for the summit at no cost
• The special gift you'll receive as an attendee
Inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Studio, Patrick Cannon discusses his various book projects documenting "The Prairie Revolution".
Paul Harding opens his home, the E. Arthur Davenport House, to discuss the history and efforts to restore one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s earliest Prairie residences.
Homeowner Tim Pearson provides a special look inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oscar Balch residence and discusses how he came to own and restore the home and its unique connection to Teco Pottery.
Karen Sweeney, preservation architect for the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, reveals the history of Wright’s iconic Robie House and the ongoing restoration efforts.
Patrick J. Mahoney provides an engaging overview of the history and legacy of Buffalo, New York works by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Author of Hometown Architect,
Prairie Metropolis, Unity Temple,
Louis Sullivan, and The Space Within
Architect and Homeowner, Frank Lloyd Wright's
Davenport House in River Forest, Illinois
Homeowner, Frank Lloyd Wright's
Balch House in Oak Park, Illinois
Preservation Architect and Facility
Administrator, Frank Lloyd Wright Trust
Architect and Author of Frank Lloyd Wright's
Scholarly Clients: William and Mary Heath