Monona Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin has announced the Spring schedule for the Wright Design Series. The Series was inspired by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright who, although known for his architectural designs, also created designs in furniture, clothing, textiles and tableware. These free public lectures and discussions highlight a wide array of design topics including architecture.
Monona Terrace, Madison, WI
Free and Open to the Public
Lectures begin at 7PM
March 6, 7pm, Lecture Hall: Architecture that Makes Lives Better – Presented by Lawrence Speck
Too little attention is paid to the transformative role architecture plays in improving lifestyles, health, education, productivity, economic well-being and psychological contentment. Speck will examine the way architecture shapes our lives and culture.
May 6, 7pm, Lecture Hall: Breaking Out of the Circle: Architecture in a Digital Age - Presented by Aaron Betsy, Director of Cincinnati Art Museum.
Explore how architecture can, if it moves beyond its fixation on solitary buildings, become a way in which we can be at home in and make sense of our modern world.
May 20, 2014, 7pm, Lecture Hall: Olgivanna Lloyd Wright: Author, Composer, CEO and Partner to Genius – Presented by Indira Berndtson, The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives.
Discover the uncataloged correspondence of Olgivanna Lloyd Wright along with unpublished photos from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. This presentation will provide new insight into Mr. and Mrs. Wright’s thoughts, life and work
Sponsored by: Southwest Chapter AIA Wisconsin, Monona Terrace, and Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, and is supported by a grant from the Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission with additional funds from the Overture Foundation.