In live two-hour visual morning sessions, we will look deeply into the architectural details of Wright’s home and studio, using Taliesin as a text for organic design principles. Students will incorporate what they have learned in our group sessions into a designed space that is Wright for them.
We will guide them through scaled floor plan drawing and model-building techniques, allowing them to design, draw and build their designs during the hands-on, off-screen afternoon sessions at home. A prepared kit will be mailed to families to ensure all students have the necessary materials for the camp.
Price:$250 (includes camp materials)
Please contact Caroline Hamblen, Director of Programs, for potential scholarship opportunities.
Taliesin is part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, and all ticket sales support our mission to preserve the cultural, built, and natural environments. Tickets are non-refundable even if plans change due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the unfortunate event that Taliesin Preservation cancels the event, guests will be notified in advance and offered a full refund to the original payment method or a credit valid through the following tour season.