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The Art of Ikebana: A Demonstration of Three Schools

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens
Event organized by Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens

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Marcia Borel - Sogetsu School, Jose Juico - Ikenobo School, Ann Perry - Ohara School; all members of Ikebana International

Ikebana is one of the traditional art forms of Japan, dating back over 500 years. The word ikebana translated means "living flowers" or "making flowers come alive" as it takes the art of flowering arranging to a higher level. It is accomplished by learning and practicing a set of principles that determine stem placement, scale, and choice of container. The result is a stunning and distinct style of floral arrangement.

Join us to learn more about three of the five schools of Ikebana in the Philadelphia area: Ikenobo School, Ohara School and the Sogetsu School.

Free for members;
$10 for non-members.
Seating limited
Pre-registration is encouraged