Wisconsin is dotted with Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. During his decades-long career, the famed architect designed structures ranging from the Monona Terrace to the Robert Lamp House — a single family home on North Butler Street.
Now, one of Wright’s lesser-known buildings is getting a boost from the state of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is awarding more than $90,000 in grant funding to help restore and update the Wyoming Valley School near Spring Green. Wyoming Valley, built in the late 1950s, is the only elementary school Wright ever designed.
For more on the project, our Producer Jonah Chester spoke with Dave Zaleski, the Executive Director of the Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.
(PHOTO: Wyoming Valley School c/o Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.)