Fri, Mar 11|
COST: RMB 400 (includes flowers) MEET: 40A Jasmin Garden 2239 Hongqiao Rd., Changning District
Time & Location
Mar 11, 2022, 9:45 AM – 1:00 PM
About the Event
Ikebana, an ancient floral art of Japan, began in the 6th century, when Buddhism arrived in Japan via China. For centuries, the Japanese developed their own disciplined and distinguished style, from its original purpose of floral offerings to Buddha to decorative art. Ikebana has captured the attention of people around the world because of its beautiful, graceful lines and pleasing forms.
Our instructor Lily Zhang is an Executive Master of Ichiyo School of Ikebana, certified Master of Imperial Academy of Ikebana (帝国華道院) of Japan and President of Ichiyo School of Ikebana China Chapter (2017-). Lily is actively involved in ikebana around the world, first teaching in Japan and now in Shanghai, sharing her passion for ikebana with friends and students. Join us as Lily shows us how to create our own ikebana floral arrangement.
1. Introduction of ikebana history and style
2. Ikebana basic theory
3. Ikebana practice
Material To Bring:
1. A flat container of any shape (height 5cm, diameter 30-40cm)
2. Ikebana scissors (or secateurs)
3. Kenzan (pinholder - can be borrowed for the class and is available for optional purchase)
Friday, March 11
9:45 AM Registration, 10 AM to 1 PM
RMB 400 (includes flowers)
40A Jasmin Garden (this is a private home, full details will be given upon registration)
2239 Hongqiao Rd., Changning District
(metro line 10 to Longxi Road station, exit 4)
Please complete the online registration by March 2. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Jennifer Anderson, WeChat: JenAShanghai, mobile: 130-4661-2520.
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If you need to cancel after March 2, our SEA cancellation policy applies which states you might still have to pay for your registered event, depending on the vendor. SEA will notify you to either collect or let you pay it at your next registered event.