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Frank Lloyd Wright in the Rare Books Room

Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright in 1926This Saturday, September 11th, join Professor Chris Szczesny-Adams in a discussion about Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was a controversial and influential architect whose legacy is found both in the built environment and in his myriad of books, portfolios, and articles. Learn about his life and revolutionary aesthetic through the library's rare materials such as The Wasmuth Portfolio and the Taliesin Collection of Paints, Wallpapers and Textiles. Presented by Chris Szczesny-Adams.

Click here for the Frank Lloyd Wright program poster.

Architectural historian Chris Szczesny-Adams, Associate Professor at MIAD, received her doctorate from the University of Virginia where she also attained a master's degree in architectural history and historic preservation. She also has a master's degree in art history from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her interests include 19th and 20th century architecture, art, and material culture.

Seating is limited. Please call the Art, Music & Recreation Department at (414) 286-3071 to register.

Date: 9/11/2010
Start Time: 2:00 p.m.
End Time: 4:00 p.m.
Library: Central
Location: Krug Rare Books Room

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