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Scott also sent the head's-up on the next Wright Lecture Series event taking place at Madison, Wisconsin's Monona Terrace. More details after the jump... Wright Lecture Series Thursday, November 4 7PM, Lecture Hall "Frank Lloyd Wright's Non-Architectural Sources" Presented by Dr. Sidney Robinson The power of Frank Lloyd Wright's creativity is demonstrated by the wide range of sources on which he based his architecture. He exercised his remarkable interpretive ability on Louis Sullivan's ornament, Japanese...




 

 

Picture 4 Scott also sent the head's-up on the next Wright Lecture Series event taking place at Madison, Wisconsin's Monona Terrace. More details after the jump...

Wright Lecture Series
Thursday, November 4
7PM, Lecture Hall

"Frank Lloyd Wright's Non-Architectural Sources"
Presented by Dr. Sidney Robinson

The power of Frank Lloyd Wright's creativity is demonstrated by the wide range of sources on which he based his architecture. He exercised his remarkable interpretive ability on Louis Sullivan's ornament, Japanese prints, music, and his own ornament. Wright's interpretation of non-architectural sources is the clearest evidence of his goal to make architecture integral and inclusive, not a commodity driven by fashion. Come to the Monona Terrace Lecture Hall on Thursday, November 4 at 7pm and learn about the sources Wright used for inspiration and how he used them to make architecture.

Dr. Robinson, AIA, is Emeritus Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Illinois at Chicago and presently on the faculty of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.

Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center is pleased to help sponsor this free program, as well as numerous other free or low cost events that are made available to the public every year. The Wright 
Lecture Series is also sponsored by Southwest Chapter AIA Wisconsin and Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin.

Image via Monona Terrace website


 

 

 
 
 

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