The Frank Lloyd Wright House In Ebsworth Park Annual Lecture

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Saint Louis Art Museum says
Join us on Tuesday, May 3, in the Farrell Auditorium for The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park Annual Lecture Series. Jack Quinan, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, University at Buffalo (S.U.N.Y.), will discuss another work by the great architect. The Darwin Martin House, now recognized as one of Wright’s greatest early works, fell into disrepair and was partially demolished between 1937 and 1967, years during which the City of Buffalo itself was in drastic decline.

In his presentation, Quinan will describe the events and circumstances by which the house was stabilized and restored and its impact on preservation consciousness in Buffalo, now a city on the rise.

This is a free event. PLEASE NOTE: Your RSVP on this page does not reserve you a seat at the lecture. A ticket is required for all events, even free events, held in the Farrell Auditorium. Tickets may be reserved on-site at the Museum’s Information Centers, online through MetroTix (link above), or by phone at 314.534.1111. Same-day tickets are available on-site only.

Tickets reserved through MetroTix incur a service charge; the service charge is waived for tickets reserved at the Museum.
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By: Saint Louis Art Museum

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