THE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HOUSE IN EBSWORTH PARK ANNUAL LECTURE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, at 6:30 P.M.
SAINT LOUIS ART MUSEUM, THE FARRELL AUDITORIUM
SAVING THE MOST IMPORTANT MODERNIST HOUSE IN CINCINNATI
Emily Rauh Pulitzer, Founder and Chair, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, and Paul Muller, AIA, Executive Director of the Cincinnati Preservation Association, will speak about saving the 1938 Rauh House, a modernist landmark in Cincinnati. The International Style house is considered the residential masterpiece of architect John Becker, who attended Washington University Architecture School with Charles Eames and I.E. Millstone. The speakers will tell the story of how the house, Mrs. Pulitzer’s childhood home, was brought from near destruction to pristine condition.
Free tickets may be picked up in advance at the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Information Centers or at the door at the event