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flower arrangement

Ikebana

Flower Arrangement

Ikebana is the art of arranging flowers or plants to reflect their natural beauty. The JCCC offers classes by the Ikenobo School and the Sogetsu School.

Ikenobo

Ikenobo expresses both the beauty of flowers and the beauty of longing in your heart. Ikenobo considers a flower bud most beautiful. You will take home your creations.

Instructor

Betty Lou Arai - is a Professor of Ikebana - Ikenobo School, headquartered in Kyoto. She has studied in Japan and has been teaching since 1977. The styles of Ikenobo are always changing and Mrs. Arai teaches both modern and traditional styles.


Sogetsu

Sogetsu Ikebana Toronto East Branch

The Sogetsu School of Ikebana believes anyone can arrange Ikebana anywhere with multitude of materials. Sogetsu encourage students to be individual and imaginative. There are no limitation to the variety of materials used depending on various levels prescribed in the Sogetsu Text Book used worldwide.

Naomi Abe - Director, Sogetsu Ikebana Toronto East Branch

Instructor

Ruby Chan and Ayako Sugino.

Program Status
Open

Pricing

$80 (+HST)

Materials are extra and payable to the instructor in the first class either by cash or cheque.
Starter Kit, as well as scissors, containers, floral tape, kenzan and kenzan case are available at JCCC Giftshop.

Register

Schedule

Ikenobo

10 Classes

Wednesdays
March 18 - May 20
7:30pm - 9pm

Thursdays
March 19 - May 21

Sogetsu

Thursdays
March 26 - May 28
7:30pm - 9pm