Tim Totten has always had an interest in architecture and in particular the world-renowned architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright. He even enrolled in college to become an architect. After college, the Florida entrepreneur eventually started several successful enterprises while he continued to study Wright's life and work, visiting Wright sites and also conducting tours and giving presentations around the country for over 30 years. In this virtual presentation, hosted by the Dana-Thomas House Foundation, the now Wright expert and master storyteller Totten will cover Wright's work in Southern California and share the fascinating relationship the famous architect had with Hollywood and his numerous stalled attempts, and eventual success, in becoming the architect of the stars. Visit dana-thomas.org to register for the free event.

Frank Lloyd Wright Goes to Hollywood
Thu., Feb. 25, 7-8:30 p.m.
Online
217-788-9452
Free

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