Wright at Home
“You have to go wholeheartedly into anything in order to achieve anything worth having.” - Frank Lloyd Wright
Wright's architecture can inform, entertain, and inspire, providing an opportunity for students of all ages to think critically about the designed world around them.
Thanks to our Education Team, we are excited to begin offering easy-to-implement activities for young people of all ages to enjoy at home.
We encourage you to also visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom, a resource center developed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
As a participant in the 2020 Juneteenth Festival of Buffalo, we created a children's activity highlighting the incredible quiltmakers from the small town of Gee's Bend, Alabama.
Jun Kaneko Scavenger Hunt: The grounds are spectacular right now! We invite you to explore The Space Between: Frank Lloyd Wright | Jun Kaneko, a public art exhibition on display through October 2021. All will enjoy this downloadable scavenger hunt!
WNED and Wright: Browse an online library of Wright-themed lessons for grades 3-12. Designed for classroom teachers, many can be easily adapted and implemented for an at home activity. Visit WNED's website for more >