The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust education department is a vital link between the Trust and its diverse public. Our education programs engage young people, families, teachers, and community members in design thinking and Frank Lloyd Wright’s uniquely American legacy of architecture and design in Chicago. They provide visual tools and resources that inspire participants to think critically about the designed world around them and tap into their own capacity to enact change.

Contributions to education at the Trust support the activities of the department, including the creation of programs and interpretive materials, school and community outreach programs, educator workshops, and interactive online educational tools and programs. Contributions in any amount are welcome and provide important, direct support to annual program costs.

Learn how you can make a difference helping children and educators design a better world. For information about supporting education at the Trust, contact Tom Gull, Director of Development at or call 312.994.4010.