"Fallingwater" (Photo: Risa Ryan)
STREAMING PROGRAM INFORMATION
- This program is part of our Smithsonian Associates Streaming series.
- Platform: Zoom
- Online registration is required.
- For multiple registrations, you will be asked to supply individual names and email addresses.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is a supreme example of his organic architecture, stemming from his belief that every building should appear to grow naturally from its environment. Built for the Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh as a mountain retreat in the late 1930s, it is regarded as a pivotal design in the history of modern architecture. Cantilevered over a waterfall, Fallingwater is the only remaining major Wright work with its setting, original furnishings, and artwork intact.
Bill Keene, a lecturer in history, urban studies, and architecture, leads a virtual journey that explores the history and design of this iconic structure, as well as the man behind its creation. Come away with a better understanding of this amazing structure and gear up to plan your own independent exploration of Fallingwater.
World Art History Certificate elective: Earn 1/2 credit*
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*Enrolled participants in the World Art History Certificate Program receive 1/2 elective credit. Not yet enrolled? Learn about the program, its benefits, and how to register here.