R107 Summer 2018 Frank Lloyd Wright: Creating the World Anew
Saturday, 1:00–3:30, June 23
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Rose Gallery at Reston Community Center Lake Anne
Instructor: Dan Sherman
This course will honor America’s greatest architect and review his fabulous career that covered nearly 70 years. Seeking to bring architecture into harmony with the environment, Wright designed nearly 1,000 buildings. The course will cover Wright’s colorful career and his philosophy of design. It will focus on some of his best-known buildings, including Fallingwater and the Pope-Leighy house near Mount Vernon.
Dan Sherman has taught many courses at OLLI, primarily in the area of music. He is known for his multimedia instruction, which includes photographs and film clips. Sherman holds a PhD in economics from Cornell and is managing director at the American Institutes for Research.