You may select any one session or attend multiple sessions. Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement.
Sunday, January 26 (2:30-3:45 pm): Shoka shofutai
Sunday, February 2 (2:30-3:45 pm): Shoka Shimputai
Sunday, March 16 (2:30-3:45 pm): Moribana
Sunday, April 6 (2:30-3:45 pm): Nageire
Sunday, April 20 (2:30-3:45 pm): Free Style
Sunday, May 4 (2:30-3:45 pm): Your favorite style
All workshops will be held at 331 SSB, UMSL
JAS/JASWA member $10 per session
Non-member $13 per session; Student (with valid ID) $7
(Fees include flowers)
What is Ikebana? Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century. Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms. It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.
Beginners are welcome. To reserve your seats, email or call JAS and send checks (payable to Japan America Society) to:
Japan America Society of St. Louis
UMSL/One University Blvd/St. Louis, MO 63121-4400
Tel.: 314 516-5754
Reservations must accompany payment.
To pay with PayPal, call or email the office at 314 516-5754/ firstname.lastname@example.org