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Introduction to Ikebana: The Art of Floral Arrangement

Introduction to Ikebana: The Art of Floral Arrangement

In this introduction to Ikebana class, students will embark on a journry of traditional flower arranging, delving into the profound beauty and cultural significance of Japanese floral art. Ikebana is more than just arranging flowers – it is a mindful practice that harmonizes nature, balance, and form. Students will work with the instructor to learn the fundamental principles of Ikebana, exploring the different styles and schools that have evolved over centuries. No prior floral design experience is necessry; this class is open to students of all levels. All supplies will be provided. 

*Note: Truus Ten Kate Sharp has 40+ years of experience practicing Ikebana.

Thursdays, June 6 – 27
5:30 – 7:30 pm

Instructor: Truus Ten Kate Sharp
Adult (16+) | All Levels

Supplies List: 

  • Garden Sheers or Large Kitchen Scissors
June 6, 2024 5:30 – 7:30 pm