If you live in the Driftless, you’ve certainly heard of Frank Lloyd Wright and maybe even, prairie style architecture. You can see evidence of his work throughout southern Wisconsin in cities like Madison and Milwaukee, but one of the most historically significant locations is in Spring Green, Wisconsin.
There you’ll find Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, studio, and garden sanctuary. In today’s episode you’re meeting Caroline Hamlen, director of programs for Taliesin Preservation. They provide extensive outreach to bring the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the concept of organic architecture to our local schools. It’s a great example of helping kids understand their sense of place in the Driftless.
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