Weltzheimer/Johnson Docent Tour
Please join us for August’s Weltzheimer-Johnson open house! Designed for the Weltzheimer family in 1948, the house is the first of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian homes built in Ohio and one of the few nationwide open to the public.During the run of FRONT, the house will host an installation titled Redwood by Venezuelan-born artist Juan Araujo. $5 admission, Kids are free. Registration required.
There will be docent presentations on the architecture and history of the building on the hour — 12 PM, 1 PM, 2 PM, 3PM, and 4 PM. All guests must check in 15 minutes before their registered time slot.
Parking is limited and available along the south side of Morgan Street (golf course side). Presented by the Allen Memorial Art Museum. For maps and more information on parking, the event, and the house: http://www2.oberlin.edu/amam/flwright.html.