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FLW150

A Lecture Series Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th Birth Anniversary Presented by The Martin House

The Darwin Martin House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Darwin Martin House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Martin House presents FLW150: a 5-part lecture series celebrating the artistic legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright during the 150th year of his birth. These public forums will feature prominent thinkers in the field of architecture and design who have each contributed to the exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, at the Museum of Modern Art.

June 5: Barry Bergdoll, Columbia University

July 7: Ken Tadashi Oshima, University of Washington

August 4: Michael Desmond, Louisiana State University

Mabel Wilson

September 8
Mabel O. Wilson
Columbia University
Frank Lloyd Wright + the Design for a Rosenwald School

FREE for faculty and students of UB with pre-registered tickets only. Please call The Martin House at (716) 856-3858

Mabel O. Wilson is an associate professor in the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. She teaches architectural design and history/theory courses at Columbia GSAPP. She is also appointed as a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Research in African American Studies and co-directs Global Africa Lab. Her design and scholarly research investigates space, politics and cultural memory in black America; race and modern architecture; new technologies and the social production of space; and visual culture in contemporary art, film and new media.

October 6: Jennifer Gray, MoMA, Therese O'Malley, National Gallery of Art

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The Darwin Martin House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
9/8/17

Presented by the Martin House, the FLW150 lecture series celebrates the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright: Mabel O. Wilson (Columbia University), Sept. 8; and Jennifer Gray (MoMA) and Therese O'Malley (National Gallery of Art), Oct. 6.

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