Renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright decried New York as a carcass, parasite and "incongruous mantrap of monstrous dimensions." Yet the city offered him refuge as his personal life was in shambles. Architect Anthony Alofsin and others guide us through Wright's New York years and the important role the city played in his legacy.
Welcome to the very first full episode of Cultured, But... Not Really! When preparing for this podcast, we sat down to practice with some topics we were really interested in, and we decided to share one of those episodes with you! This episode on Frank Lloyd Wright and is ad-free. Because of all these factors, we decided to make this our Episode "0" because we really upped our game for our first episode. We hope you enjoy! Theme music is by Daryl Banner: https://darylbanner.bandcamp.com/ Become a member on the Cultured, But... Not Really Patreon page to get access to ad-free versions of this podcast: https://patreon.com/reallycultured Alexandrian Media Teespring: https://teespring.com/stores/alexandrianmedia--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reallycultured/message
Frank Lloyd Wright: Prominent People of Buffalo Episode 12; - Buffalo Happy Hour (ep. 77)
Buffalo Happy Hour
Frank Lloyd Wright didn't grow up or live in Buffalo for an extended period of time, but everyone knows him around here because of his architectural influence in helping put Buffalo Architecture on the map. In this episode, we dive into his history, discuss our week, and then rate the Fighting 69th Regiment whiskey, which is amazing and has quite the story as well! As always, please subscribe to our YouTube Channel, it really helps us grow as a podcast which in turn helps the businesses we promote! Leave a like comment, and subscribe. New videos every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday!
2021: 10 Successful Years of the Historic Park Inn
How did Frank Lloyd Wright come to leave not just a piece, but pieces, of his architectural legacy in Mason City? In this episode, Pat Schultz of Wright on the Park tells us how the planning and construction of the Historic Park Inn coincided with the tumultuous life of Frank Lloyd Wright -- and how the architect came to be connected with Mason City.Support the show: https://globegazette.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is a famous 20th century architectural marvel known for its stunning cantilevered decks and natural water features. The house was built directly over a river cascading into waterfalls. The creek below was built elegantly into the design with steps, baths, and fountains making use of the natural river. Inside the house the sound and volume of the river and falls can be uniquely controlled with adjustable openings. Learn more about the White Noise App Download the White Noise app for free! Download Fallingwater to White Noise for free! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
MASSACRE AT FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S LOVE COTTAGE: WHO IS TO BLAME?
Was a CURSED CHILDHOOD HILL to blame for the Murders at Taliesin?This week, The Alarmist (Rebecca Delgado Smith) decides who is to blame for the Massacre at Taliesin that left seven people dead, including the lover of the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. She is joined by Alarmy General Clayton Early, Fact Checker Chris Smith and Producer Amanda Lund. On the board this week: Job Insecurity, Cursed Childhood Hill, and Toxic Individualism.We have merch!Join our Discord!Tell us who you think is to blame at http://thealarmistpodcast.comEmail us at email@example.comFollow us on Instagram @thealarmistpodcastFollow us on Twitter @alarmistThe Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/alarmist.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What is Storytelling and Who are Storytellers: A Spotlight on Frank Lloyd Wright
Inspiration is Everywhere
In this episode of Inspiration Is Everywhere, Jane and Tavi are continuing the discussion about stories and storytellers by spotlighting the innovation of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Show Notes: Frank Lloyd Wright Website DConstruction Arts Website @dconstruction_arts
something weird ep. 53 | Frank Lloyd Wright's Home of the Damned: Taliesin
Triple hatchet murder and arson at a famous architect's love nest? Did Frank have big D energy or just big ghost energy? Was Taliesin 2's downfall cause of a former lover's angry spirit — or just an electric mishap? It's good ol' kooky storytime and it's all in this week's episode of something weird, your favorite paranormal podcast hosted by ~super professional~ paranormal researchers, Anna and Brooke, as we explore another paranormal tale and decide - do we believe? 🛸 Find us on Instagram at @somethingweirdpocast or visit our website https://bit.ly/3iFBFMK for once in a while updates Stay weirdy!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somethingweird/message
Imagine A World WITHOUT Frank Lloyd Wright | 291 | A Conversation That Would Thoroughly Annoy Him
Convo By Design®
A conversation of his work and influence in the abstract would, no doubt perk up the prickly side of Frank Lloyd Wright who never seemed to pass on an opportunity to share his thoughts regardless of how they might be perceived. The cantankerous side of Frank Lloyd Wright was a gift second only to his work. It made things so much more interesting. Around the time I was writing panel concepts for the Convo By Design Programming Lounge at WestEdge in 2019, I saw a movie that posed the question, what would the world be like if only one person remembered the Beatles… That made me think, what was Frank Lloyd Wright’s impact beyond the work itself? That is exactly what was pondered and explored by this incredible panel. Featuring Margaret Bach of Margaret Bach Design, Carlo Caccavale, Executive Director at American Institute of Architects, David Coffey, Director of The Design Thinking Academy, and Michael Lehrer of Lehrer Architects. This group of luminaries is led by moderator and educator, Carol Bishop who masterfully navigates this idea in a conversation called Modern World, Life Without Frank Lloyd Wright. Wow, okay. This was a great chat, thank you, Margaret, Carlo, David, and Michael. Thank you Carol for navigating this strange idea and leading this excellent conversation. Thank you Walker Zanger for your continued support and thank you for listening. Please make sure you are subscribed so you don’t miss a single episode. You can find Convo By Design everywhere you get your favorite podcasts. You can also ask your smart device to play Convo By Design, and it will. If you want to continue the conversation, you can find us on Instagram @ConvoXDesign, with and “X”. Be well, and until next week…Keep creating.
The Arts Section 09/06/20: Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit + Abner Mikva Documentary
The Arts Section
On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek takes us inside the Elmhurst Art Museum as curator Tim Samuelson puts the finishing touches on a new exhibit that’s all about Frank Lloyd Wright’s formative years. Later in the show, Gary catches up with local filmmaker Bob Hercules to talk about his new documentary on the legacy of the late Abner Mikva. The Dueling Critics, Kerry Reid and Jonathan Abarbanel, join remotely to talk about a new streaming cabaret show. And we’ll revisit a conversation Leslie Keros had with author Mark Stryker about his book JAZZ FROM DETROIT.