Friends of the Wichita Art Museum host their popular series with Howard Elllington, executive director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Allen House and Research Center. Frank Lloyd Wright is among the best-loved and most admired architects of the 20th century. Wichita boasts his last Prairie-Style house from the early stage of his career—the 1915 Allen House in the College Hill neighborhood. Wichita can claim this extraordinary house and a national historian of the architect as our own! An historian, museum director, and architect, Howard Ellington is a former board member of the national Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Ellington is presently director of architecture programs at the Frank Lloyd Wright Study Center at Mark Arts (formerly the Wichita Center for the Arts) and executive director of the Allen House Foundation. He will share his insights on Frank Lloyd Wright, his footprint in Wichita, and global legacy in the field of architecture. RSVP deadline is Tuesday, October 11. Call 316-268-4912 or email your reservation to email@example.com. The lunch and lecture is $35 per person payable to the Friends of the Wichita Art Museum. Mail to Wichita Art Museum, 1400 West Museum Blvd., Wichita, KS 67203.