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Gallery’s Wright Exhibition Featured on College’s YouTube Channel


A new Penn College video shares a rare glimpse into “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara: A Mid-Century Dream Home,” chronicling the famed architect’s give-and-take over the design of an Indiana family’s home. The exhibition, which opened in mid-January and runs through March 29 in The Gallery at Penn College, aptly ushers in a yearlong centennial celebration on campus. “The whole concept of a Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit that would showcase architecture and construction and design and just mesh so completely with many of the programs that we now have at Penn College – not to mention some of the earliest programs that we had way back when we were Williamsport Technical Institute – just seemed like a natural fit,” said Lenore G. Penfield, executive director of The Gallery at Penn College and director of facilities utilization and college events.

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