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Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: The Masterworks

He was born 150 years ago, designed hundreds of structures over his 70-year career, and was recognized in 1991 as the "greatest American architect of all time." Explore Frank Lloyd Wright's most significant work from the earliest Prairie designs to the last Usonian buildings, in both the residential and commercial arenas. Ten of his creations were nominated for UNESCO World Heritage status.

Session Detail: 182XOSLHA3541

Schedule: Every week on Tuesday, starting on 03/06/18 and ending on 03/27/18
Times: 01:00pm - 03:00pm
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Price: $40.00

Instructors

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Mark Tlachac
Mark Tlachac
Biography: Mark Tlachac, BA History, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, is the retired Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitors Center at Florida Southern College. He has produced a DVD and is working on a book about Wright's "Child of the Sun" campus.

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