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Sneak Peek: Tim Samuelson Wright Virtual Summit "Behind the Scenes"

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 18, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Eric last modified Mar 17, 2015

The response to the upcoming Wright Society Virtual Summit on March 25-26, 2015 has been remarkable! Over a thousand people have registered for the event and anticipation is building to watch the special guest expert interviews discussing Frank Lloyd Wright's early work and inspirations. As a special treat, Summit host Bryan Kelly prepared a sneak peek clip from of his recent interview with Tim Samuelson. More after the jump... Tim Samuelson, Cultural Historian of Chicago,...




 

 

TimsamuelsonThe response to the upcoming Wright Society Virtual Summit on March 25-26, 2015 has been remarkable! Over a thousand people have registered for the event and anticipation is building to watch the special guest expert interviews discussing Frank Lloyd Wright's early work and inspirations. As a special treat, Summit host Bryan Kelly prepared a sneak peek clip from of his recent interview with Tim Samuelson. More after the jump...

Tim Samuelson, Cultural Historian of Chicago, recorded his session with Bryan recently in Tim's office at the Chicago Cultural Center. There are a ton of real amazing Wright, Sullivan, and other architectural artifacts in Tim's office that help serve as a backdrop and conversation points during the session. Some of the topics touched on in the interview included:

• How Wright got a job at the firm of Adler & Sullivan.

• The true story behind why he left working for Adler & Sullivan.

• Plus the most important point about Wright’s early development.

Check out the raw clip here where Tim Samuelson and Bryan Kelly chat about an early and little-known Wright design influence including a look at the physical evidence that reveals this surprising fact.

Make sure you don't miss a minute of this FREE event by registering here before Mark 25, 2015.

Image via Wright Society Summit


 

 

 
 
 

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