Frank Lloyd Wright Garden Symposium: His Southern California Work and Legacy

Frank Lloyd Wright Garden Symposium: His Southern California Work and Legacy

THE 20th CENTURY’S MOST FAMOUS ARCHITECT AND HIS SURPRISING RELEVANCE FOR GARDENS TODAY

April 13, 2024
Symposium at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre
10-4pm

The Garden Conservancy organizes public programs that bring leading thinkers and practitioners within the world of gardening to audiences throughout cities in the US. Since 2018, we have brought scholars, authors, and experts in the fields of design, history, research, and preservation, to numerous locations so that their work can be shared with the public. Education is a key component of our mission, and through these events, we aim to inspire and engage those who have a passion for gardens and want to know further about the benefits that they bring to our lives.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Garden Symposium will examine how Frank Lloyd Wright and other early twentieth-century architects responded to the Southern California landscape and climate and how they invite us to think about contemporary issues in gardening.

The price of admission includes continental breakfast and a boxed lunch.

 
10:00am - 4:00pm
Price:
$175.00 (Non-members)
$150.00 (Members)

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