Art Court

Airport Art Court

Tandem Press

The Art Court is located adjacent to the airline ticket counters on the first floor between Doors 3 & 4. Tandem Press, a publisher of fine art prints that hosts internationally renowned artists in its studio space, coordinates the exhibitions. They work with groups throughout Dane County to present exhibitions that residents and visitors would not normally have an opportunity to see. Tandem Press also supplies permanent pieces throughout the terminal for passenger enjoyment. You can find out more Tandem Press on their website:

Art Court

Current Exhibit: The Frank Lloyd Wright Trail: Places to Live Learn Work & Worship

Spanning a seven-decade career and recognized as one of America’s most renowned architects, Frank Lloyd Wright created over 1,000 designs, with nearly half of them brought to life. Wisconsin proudly houses 43 of Wright's buildings, including nine public sites that are part of the 200-mile Frank Lloyd Wright Trail. This Trail, spanning eight counties across southern Wisconsin, pays homage to Wright in his home state, showcasing his vision of creating a uniquely American architecture in harmony with nature.

Each site featured in this exhibit embodies a place to live, learn, work, or worship, aligning with Wright's philosophy that buildings should be of their time, place, and purpose. Wright believed that architecture should “make life more beautiful, the world a better one for living in, and to give reason, rhyme, and meaning to life.” The exhibit invites you to explore each site along the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail and find inspiration in Wright's genius.

The sites featured along the Trail, arranged from Racine to Richland Center, include:

  • SC Johnson Administration Building
  • SC Johnson Research Tower
  • Wingspread: The Johnson Foundation
  • Burnham Block
  • Monona Terrace
  • First Unitarian Society Meeting House
  • Taliesin & Riverview Terrace
  • Wyoming Valley School
  • A.D. German Warehouse


This exhibit was made possible by the Taliesin Preservation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation:

Taliesin Preservation, founded in 1993, is a Wisconsin-based 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to preserve Taliesin's natural, built, and cultural environments through educational and cultural programming, providing a deeper understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture and ideas. In 2019, Taliesin was designated as part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site for The 20th Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is an Arizona-based 501(c)(3) organization and is the owner and steward of both Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ and Taliesin in Spring Green, WI. Its mission is to inspire people to discover and embrace an architecture for better living through meaningful connections to nature, the arts, and each other.