Wright on the Park exhibit of
Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan
We have on display a extensive collection of Japanese art and artifacts as well as their experiences in Japan. Light refreshments for those attending.
A wide variety of display items from the collection of Anne and Roger Beermann of Iowa City. They lived and taught in Kobe, Japan, for 12 years, including experiencing the Kobe earthquake.
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The “Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan” exhibit is on display at Wright on the Park through December. It features a collection of Japanese art and artifacts similar to those that influenced Wright in his work. He spent five years in Japan, maintaining an office there while he designed the Imperial Hotel and several other buildings.
Exhibit hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday weekly.
The items on display are on loan from Anne and Roger Beermann of Iowa City. The couple lived and taught in Kobe, Japan, for 12 years.
Check out the lucky winner of the Lego Contest.
Wright on the Park, Inc., the nonprofit organization that restored and owns the Historic Park Inn Hotel in Mason City, IA, offers DOCENT-LED TOURS of the Historic Park Inn Hotel. The iconic building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and originally opened in 1910.
Our headquarters at 17 S. Federal on the downtown plaza in Mason City is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop in and see our current exhibits and shop our unique collectibles, including a new set of beautiful postcards of Mason City’s Prairie School homes.
WOTP has added a new membership benefit! Join at the Contributor level ($125) or above and enjoy reciprocal site benefits at 30 Wright Sites across the United States through the Frank Lloyd Wright National Reciprocal Sites Membership Program. View details here.
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