Ikebana Gathering - Theme: Spring to Late Spring
with Lee White
May 13 / 7:00 PM - May 13 / 9:00 PM
Second Monday each month, 7:00 – 9:00 PM (setup at 6:45 PM) | Open to all | Preregistration required
Ikebana is the traditional Japanese art of flower arranging. More than simply putting flowers in a container, it is a disciplined art form in which nature and humanity are brought together.
Our monthly ikebana gatherings typically combine talks, demonstrations, open discussion, hands-on learning and arranging, and whatever arises from participants’ collective inspiration—all in a relaxed setting.
Each month we focus on a different theme. The overall view of the gatherings is: “Ikebana for anyone, anywhere, anytime.” Please join us.
To learn how ikebana can touch the heart of anyone and bring peace, joy and a sense of celebration to our society, watch the video Born in a Broken Heart: Ikebana, a Smile Mixed with Tears.
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Monday, May 13
This gathering will focus on an arrangement that celebrates the robust and joyful feeling of spring. Please note that prereregistration is required to ensure that you will have the necessary materials.
What to bring:
- 6–8-inch container (a pedestal bowl or modern container would be nice for this arrangement)
To preregister, or for more information, contact Lee White via firstname.lastname@example.org.