Wyoming Valley School, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is listed on the state and national register of historic places and is located three miles from Wright's home, Taliesin, in rural Spring Green, Wisconsin.
Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center is a nonprofit organization that promotes the arts and culture of the surrounding region by opening the dynamic architecture of Wyoming Valley School to provide incomparable spaces for workshops, performances, lectures, and exhibits for all ages. It also offers space for private functions such as weddings, banquets, business meetings, or other events. Its mission is to maintain and preserve this architectural gem for the continued benefit of and use by the community.
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Friday, September 30, 2016
2016 Photos and Furniture, Featuring Joe Brey, Brian Kelley, Ellis Pifer, and Rob Steffen
Three photographers and one furniture maker will be showing their work for three days, October 14 through 16, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.
The exhibit reflects the individual perspectives of these artists who have all been profoundly influenced by the environment of Southern Wisconsin. Included are works by Joe Brey of Dodgeville/Spring Green, Brian Kelley of Madison, Ellis Pifer of Spring Green, and Rob Steffen of Spring Green. The exhibit is free and open to the public, although donations to the Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center are always welcome. Learn more.