A program of the Fallingwater Institute
By the time he designed Fallingwater in 1934, Frank Lloyd Wright had become a master of light and space. Photography also requires a mastery of light, especially when photographing a structure like Fallingwater. Join Andrew Pielage, an artist-in-residence at the Fallingwater Institute who has photographed more than 100 Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the country and whose work has been internationally published and featured on Architectural Digest magazine, Vanity magazine, Lonely Planet, Curbed, PBS and NPR.
- Exceptional access to Fallingwater, an international landmark included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, including special access for evening photography
- Hands-on learning and scholarly discussions
- Delicious meals provided
No sessions are currently scheduled
About the Instructors
Andrew Pielage has photographed 108 Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the country and has been published in newspapers, magazines and websites from CNN to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s quarterly magazine.
Born to an adventurous mother and a geologist father, his childhood was spent exploring the dusty backroads of the American Southwest. This constant desert travel rooted his artistic soul in landscape photography.
In his hometown, Pielage discovered the beautiful relationship of landscape and design in the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright inspired his passion for this relationship and his mission to photograph all of Wright’s remaining designs. With over 20 years of experience, including international ad campaigns and publications, television features, exhibitions and workshops, Pielage continues to do what he loves: capture the soul of his subjects and inspire imagination through photography and education.
Participants will stay on the property in the newly constructed residence designed by AIA Gold Medalist architect Peter Bohlin, who is the founding principal of the firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. This property is situated adjacent to Fallingwater, and includes eight bedrooms, each with a private bath. This secluded site is surrounded by an amazing view of the Bear Run Nature Reserve – the 5,100-acre natural area that is home to Fallingwater.
Classes are held at the Hillman Education Pavilion, and on site at Fallingwater. This is a casual and natural learning environment, where daily activities can inspire great things! All meals are provided.
You must be at least 18 years old to participate. Enrollment is limited.
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Cancellation and Refund Policy
If you cancel your registration for a one-day workshop any time up to 30 days before the day of the program, you will receive a refund minus a $25 processing fee.
If you cancel your registration for a multi-day program (residencies, Insight/Onsite, etc.) any time up to 30 days before the first day of the program, you will receive a refund minus a $50 processing fee and a $150 cancellation fee.
If you cancel less than 30 days before the first day of a Fallingwater Institute program, refunds are not available.