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November 14th, 2019


Making history continuously relevant transcends beyond merely preserving a culturally significant space. Taliesin Preservation’s staff, volunteers, board of directors and donors work tirelessly in tangent to ensure the estate remains a haven for artistic and innovative thinkers, while also attracting hundreds of new visitors annually. Curious how this is has been accomplished in recent years? Here’s an abbreviated list of programming and conservation initiatives which have launched and/or been completed since 2016.

Estate Preservation Projects

– Living Room pier restoration

Welsh Hills Trail creation
– Phoebe’s Point restoration

Programs Created

Farm Dinners
Food Artisan Immersion Program (of which there have been 15 graduates to date)

Twilight Tours

Farm Tours

– Plein Air Festival

Partnerships Created

– UW Madison School of Human Ecology

– Wyoming Valley Cultural Arts Center

– Ice Age Trail Alliance

– Forward Theater

– Wisconsin Council for the Visually Impaired and the Blind

National and Global Recognition

2018: Governor’s Conference on Tourism for Arts, Culture and Heritage

2019: Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

2019: National Trust for Historic Preservation Award for Historic Site Stewardship

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Continuing a Legacy, 2019