Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, PV Schools partner for summer program

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Paradise Valley Unified School District to create an educational summer program that fuses engineering and design.

Students will have the opportunity to work at Taliesin West, home of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, with the goal of creating inspiring and sustainable projects. Students will understand the importance of using natural materials, form, lines, and color to create a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired design, according to a press release.

Instruction for this class will take place at both the Taliesin West and the PV Schools CREST program facility. Students will receive half an elective credit upon completion, according to the release.

To register for the program, click here. According to the release, participants who register before June 2 will receive a $25 discount.

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