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Wright at 150 | Lecture Series

Sept 8, Oct 6, Oct 13   |   7pm - 8pm   |   Greatbatch Pavilion


 

Five monthly lectures featuring six curators who contributed to MoMA's retrospective exhibit:
Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, 
followed by a critic's panel discussion, "Wright | Write" about architecture, media, and Wright's writings.



Wright at 150 Lecture Series:

$35 - Individual Tickets
$25 - Members
$100 | $90 Members - VIP reception with the curator & reserved seating at lecture.

VIP reception: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Lectures: 7 - 8pm

Wright | Write Panel Discussion:

Free and open to the public
(Reservations required, limited seating available)

Lecture: 6:30 - 8pm


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June 5

Barry Bergdoll  |  Columbia University
Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive

July 7

Ken Tadashi Oshima  |  University of Washington
In Between Space: Frank Lloyd Wright's Interchange with Japan

August 4

Michael Desmond  |  Louisiana State University
Shifting Perceptions of Form: Frank Lloyd Wright's Circular Houses

September 8

Mabel O. Wilson  |  Columbia University
Frank Lloyd Wright + the Design for a Rosenwald School

October 6

Jennifer Gray  |  MoMA
Therese O'Malley  |  National Gallery of Art
Frank Lloyd Wright: Nature, Landscape, and Architecture

October 13

Wright | Write Panel Discussion

Christopher Hawthorne | Los Angeles Times
Mark Lamster | Dallas Morning News
Inga Saffron | Philadelphia Inquirer

Panelists will explore the dynamic relationship between the media and architecture
as well as Wright’s historic place in the field of architectural writing by looking
at some of his most critically important works, to include:

“The Art and Craft of the Machine,” 1901

“In the Cause of Architecture,” 1908

The Disappearing City, 1932

The Natural House, 1954

A Testament, 1957

Within this context, how have critics responded to Wright’s architecture in the 100+ years
s
ince he designed his first building and what is the state of his reputation today?


Speaker series generously sponsored by Bob Skerker and Sara Skerker


Thank you to our Sponsors for 150 Hours of Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo:

HHL Architects

ABC-Amega Inc.

Advance 2000

Susan Warren

LPCiminelli

Matthew Pelkey & Amber Small of Parkside Community Association

Jim Eagan at Gurney Becker and Bourne

National Fuel

The Buffalo News

Buffalo Building & Construction Trades Council


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