This event reoccurs on select dates.
Calling all bookworms, architecture enthusiasts, and those with a burning curiosity to know more!
Join the Taliesin West Book Club as we explore a range of texts and topics. Join fellow literary and design enthusiasts as you dive into engaging conversations about each book and connect it to different architectural spaces found on Taliesin West’s expansive grounds. Each month we’ll announce a new book along with the special location where the conversation will be held.
- November 2 | Braiding Sweetgrass (Robin Wall Kimmerer)
- December 7 | The Design of Everyday Things (Donald A Norman)
- January 4 | The Blessing Way (Tony Hillerman)
- February 1 | Natural Abundance: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Guide to Prosperity (Dr. Ruth L Miller)
- March 1 | Death Comes for The Archbishop (Willa Cather)
- April 5 | Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest (Andrew Needham)
- May 3 | Why Design Matters: Conversations with the World’s Most Creative People (Debbie Millman)