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Causes: Education, Higher Education, Universities

Mission: Preserve and steward taliesin, taliesin west, and the taliesin collections. Shape architecture and design at the highest level. Transform people's lives through the living experience of frank lloyd wright's body of work.

Programs: Building preservation - the frank lloyd wright foundation invests capital and considerable effort in order to protect, maintain, and restore the architecturally historic structures and spaces that comprise its campuses in both scottsdale, arizona and spring green, wisconsin.

frank lloyd wright foundation school of architecture - the foundation offers a fully accredited masters degree program in architecture to approximately 17 students annually.

public tours and access program - the frank lloyd wright foundation offers tours and educational outreach programs to increase public awareness of the works of frank lloyd wright and the field of architecture. About 95,500 individuals visit the historic scottsdale, arizona landmark annually.

bookstore - licensing program - collections and exhibitions - k-12 education programs - miscellaneous program -

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation operates and maintains Wright's unique home, Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ. This historic National Landmark property, located in pristine native desert, is open daily for a variety of tours. The broad cultural legacy of Wright is the driving force of the foundation's activities. There are educational classes and camps for students and adults throughout the year. These are open to the public. The unique buildings are also the home of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture founded in 1932. The Preservation department works to renovate portions of the estate. The community’s winter home was founded in 1937 and students enrolled for the winter term constructed the original historic core.
The mission is to educate and inspire the public, offering lectures, art exhibitions, symposia, special tours, and musical performances.
Here is the link to the official webpage: http://www.franklloydwright.org.
If you have friends or family visiting be sure to include an outing to Taliesin West.