Are you inspired to dive deeper into the past, present and future of Fallingwater, the Kaufmann family and Frank Lloyd Wright? Join our staff and expert guests as they discuss a wide range of topics including art, design, architecture and preservation. Explore our growing archive of recorded webinars or join us live for upcoming events where you can engage with presenters by asking your own questions.
Touchstone: A Half-Century of Craft
Join us for an engaging roundtable as Touchstone Foundation artists discuss how Fallingwater served as a source of inspiration for their new works on display in the Speyer Gallery.
Fallingwater: A Spatial Unveiling
Join Ken Dahlin, PhD, AIA for a discussion of Wright’s conception of organic space, why it differed from European Modernist space, and the connections to the Japanese woodblock print.
Beauty, Neuroscience and Architecture
Join Donald Ruggles, practicing architect and CEO of Ruggles Mabe Studio, as he explores how beauty can and does make a vital difference in our lives, including improving many aspects of our health.
Jazz, Modernism and Frank Lloyd Wright
Join Marty Ashby of MCG Jazz for an hour of performance and discussion about the relationship between music and the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Helping Fallingwater Live on: An Inside Look at Current and Future Preservation Efforts
Join Justin Gunther and Scott Perkins, director of preservation and collections, as they share the story behind major preservation projects at Fallingwater.
Fallingwater + PG&H Maker Project
Learn how regional makers are creating products inspired by Fallingwater’s art, landscape and architecture as part of the Fallingwater + PG&H Maker Project.
The Colors of Fallingwater
Color consultant Dee Schlotter discusses Frank Lloyd Wright selection of colors and materials for Fallingwater.
How It’s Made: Glass Objects at Fallingwater + Live Demo at the Pittsburgh Glass Center
Virtually visit both Fallingwater and the Pittsburgh Glass Center and learn about glass objects in Fallingwater’s decorative art collection with Registrar, Rebecca Hagen.
Joseph Urban’s Gifts: Fantasy, Realism, Abstract Decoration, Architectural Solidity
Curator Jennifer B. Lee joins us for a look into the varied works of Joseph Urban, archived at Columbia University since 1958.