help_outline Skip to main content
Shopping Cart
cancel



Where Ambitious Women Come for Support, Inspiration, and Growth

HomeEvents(POSTPONED) Japanese Flower Arranging Workshop

Events - Event View

This is the "Event Detail" view, showing all available information for this event. If the event has passed, click the "Event Report" button to read a report and view photos that were uploaded.

(POSTPONED) Japanese Flower Arranging Workshop

When:
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Where:
Hana by Industrious
1818 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA  19103
Additional Info:
Category:
Center City
Registration is closed
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Available Slots:
19
$10.00

 

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. More information about rescheduling to come at a later date.

Spring is here and the flowers are in bloom! 

Celebrate the season with an Ikebana Flower Arranging Workshop.

If you've ever noticed those magnificent sculpture-like flower displays at hotels and special events, those are part of the ancient art of ikebana, also known as Japanese flower arranging or Kadō.

The tradition of ikebana dates back to the Heian period, when floral offerings were made at altars. Later, flower arrangements were instead used to adorn a traditional Japanese home.

An ikebana arrangement will usually form some type of asymmetrical triangle. Materials may include leaves, branches, mosses, fruit and vegetables, as well as flowers in all their evolving forms. Space between materials and the asymmetry of the design is important to the creation of an ikebana arrangement.

We're honored to partner with the Philadelphia chapter of Ikebana International. Their mission is to stimulate, cultivate and perpetuate the study of ikebana, related arts, and culture by demonstrations and public exhibitions, and to strengthen relationships among teachers and students of ikebana with a deeper purpose of establishing better relationships among all peoples through the motto, “Friendship Through Flowers”.

 
This event is open to Walnut Club members only. There is a $10 fee to cover minimal workshop costs. All other fees will be covered by The Walnut Club.

Light bites will be provided for guests.



Members must be logged into the website in order to register.
ikebana