Last week's newsletter had an unfortunate error when it was sent out. The news item on the Wright wood scale models mentioned Farnsworth House, which is by Mies van der Rohe. The Frank Lloyd Wright models offered are Unity Temple, the First Jacobs House, Guggenheim Museum, and SC Johnson Wax Administration Building. You can read the corrected item here.

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Special Feature

Happy 154th Birthday Mr. Wright!

We have bumped up the release date of this week's issue to inform our readers of some special events planned to celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright's 154th birthday. Check out what's happening in our special listing below.

June 8th, 2021

Frank Lloyd Wright x PechaKucha LIVE Vol. 3

Watch online presentations in the highly visual and efficient PechaKucha style, consisting of 20 image-based slides that automatically advance after 20 seconds, with each talk lasting only 400 seconds. More details here.

Third Coast Percussion Performance

Watch Third Coast Percussion perform on Frank Lloyd Wright’s 154th birthday. Join them virtually streaming on the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's Facebook page at 5 pm (PST)/7 pm (CST)/8 pm (EST) for a live performance of Common Patterns in Uncommon Times. More info here.

June 13th, 2021

Seth Peterson Cottage Open House

Get a free guided tour to find out more about Frank Lloyd Wright and Seth Peterson. Following the open house the Seth Peterson Cottage Conservancy will recognize the winner of the 2021 Kristin Visser Historical Preservation Award. Details here.

June 15th, 2021

The Oak Park Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright

Hear architectural historian Lisa Schrenk in conversation with Janet Parks about her new book, which breaks the myth of Wright as the lone genius and reveals new insights into the architect’s early career through the lens of his residential studio in Oak Park between 1898 and 1909. Register here.

June 25th, 2021

Ebsworth Park (Kraus House) Grand Re-Opening

The Frank Lloyd Wright House In Ebsworth Park (Kirkwood, Missouri) will have a grand re-opening later this month. Stop in to take a tour of a nostalgic piece of history in the Gateway City. More here.

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