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Frank Lloyd Wright Trust

Chicago, Illinois

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust was awarded $512,500 between 2009 and 2014, including 2 grants in Chicago Commitment.


2014 • 5 years • Chicago Commitment

The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust promotes, preserves, and educates the public about Chicago’s most famous and influential architect. The Trust was formed in 1974 to acquire and preserve Wright’s Home and Studio in Oak Park. The Trust now creates exhibitions, conducts ongoing historic preservation, and operates public tours, programs, and events at five major Wright sites including his Home and Studio in Oak Park and the Frederick C. Robie House in Chicago’s Hyde Park. This grant will support the Trust’s general operations and assist it in strengthening its sites and programs, arts education, and community partnerships.


2009 • 5 years • Chicago Commitment

In support of general operations (over five years).

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