Flynn Larson has been selected for a new internship at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin for the summer of 2016. Taliesin was Wright’s home for nearly every decade of his career and studio where he designed some of his most recognized works, including the Guggenheim Museum and Fallingwater. Larson will be Taliesin Preservation’s first Collections Intern; she will be working on-sight with Wright’s personal collection of furnishings and artwork. Her work will contribute to Taliesin’s ongoing efforts to maintain and restore the site and landscape. While she is there, she will also be developing her honors thesis, which focuses on the regional impacts of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College Campus. Flynn credits FSU’s Art History and Museum Studies programs and her past internships at the Orlando Museum of Art and Grove Museum with preparing her for this exciting opportunity. In the future, she hopes to earn her M.S. in Architectural Heritage & Preservation.