• October 28, 2018, 12–2:30 p.m.

Living Architecture in Oak Park

Begins at Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

951 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois 60302

Emilio Rojas performing at the opening of Living Architecture at 6018North.

Presented in conjunction with Living Architecture, this walking tour in Oak Park begins in front of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio with a discussion about sculptor Richard Bock's work with Frank Lloyd Wright, lead by Dr. Sharon Grimes from the Richard W. Bock Sculpture Museum of Greenville University. 

The tour progresses to a private Frank Lloyd Wright residence for Emilio Rojas' performance within an original World's Columbian Exhibition ticket booth which sold its last ticket 125 years ago – at the close of the Fair in October 1893.

Next stop is outside Unity Temple at the Horse Show Fountain in Scoville Park – also known as the Wright-Bock Fountain – for further discussion about Richard Bock. 

The tour concludes in Scoville Park with a solo drumming performance by Kioto Aoki.

This event is free and open to the public.