Murphy will discuss some of the many changes that Wright made to Taliesin in Wisconsin from 1911 until his death in 1959, and how Taliesin Preservation, Inc. accomplishes some of their goals in restoring this structure.
Murphy has a master's degree in art history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has worked for Taliesin Preservation, Inc. in Spring Green, Wisc. since 1994.
The presentation is made possible through contributions by JLF & Associates, Inc., members of the School of Architecture's Advisory Council and gifts through the Montana State University Foundation.
To request public accommodation or accommodation to participate, contact Sharon Matney at 994-2921.