Staying Connected and Learning about Architecture During Covid

The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is closed for tours until further notice due to Covid-19.

While social distancing, friends of the FLWHEP can still enjoy and learn about Wright and his influence on the American landscape

FLWHEP ART SHARE

Artists of all ages are invited to share your own drawing, painting, or photo of the Kraus House.  Send your artwork to kfeldt@ebsworthpark.org

 


WRIGHT READS

Staff, volunteers, and friends of the FLWHEP are sharing what they’re reading about Wright and architecture.  This week’s selection:

From FLWHEP board member Bill Fogarty. “Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places is a great book to have for travels (whenever that happens). It’s a guide to all of the FLW sites that are open to the public in the US. Each site has a page or so describing it and contact information to arrange tours. Keep one in your car for road trips or to look up information on FLW sites.

 


#WRIGHTVIRTUALVISITS

Each week, we’ll visit another Frank Lloyd Wright site via a virtual tour just for friends of the FLWHEP.