Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Celebrating Wright 150

To celebrate 150 years since Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth on June 8, 1867, the Trust will present an array of programs and collaborate with our cultural partners around Chicago and the country. Details and additional programs will be added to this page as they become available. Plan to join us for these special programs and more.


Wright Plus Housewalk

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust

Wright Plus 150 Housewalk
Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright's birth at Wright Plus 150 on Saturday, May 20. The annual housewalk features a special lineup of private homes and tiered rates in 2017. Tour the interiors of residences designed by Wright and his contemporaries, experience history and enjoy a festive day.


Hyogo-Daibutsu, Nofukuji Temple

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust

Online Exhibition: Wright’s Japan Photographs.
Available on flwright.org, June 2017


A photograph of the Japanese print exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright

Art Institute of Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright and the Japanese Print Collection at the Art Institute
Japanese Galleries, April 22 – July 9, 2017

Online Exhibition:
Our Most Distinguished Outcast: Frank Lloyd Wright and Wendigen


Liberty Magazine Cover. 1926

Museum of Modern Art New York

Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archives, June 12 – October 1, 2017


Guggenheim
Imperial House
Hill House

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust
Travel Wright

New York City: Wright’s Urban Vision, July 8–10, 2017
Trust travelers will view MoMA’s Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition and other Wright sites.

Japan through the Eyes of Frank Lloyd Wright, September 2–13, 2017
A special journey to Japan led by architect and professor Kevin Nute.

Morris to Mackintosh: British Arts and Crafts, June 9–18, 2017
Led by Arts and Crafts expert, author Peter Cormack, especially for Wright 150.


Emil Bach House

Emil Bach House

Throughout 2017, the Emil Bach House is offering $150 per night off the current nightly rate.


Photo credits:
Museum of Modern Art
Liberty Magazine Cover. 1926. Color pencil on paper. 24 1/2 × 28 1/4″ (62.2 × 71.8 cm). (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York)

Art Institute of Chicago
A photograph of the Japanese print exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright organized at the Art Institute in 1908. (Collection of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust)

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Japan Photos website
Hyogo-Daibutsu, Nofukuji Temple, Kobe, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905. (Collection of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust)

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