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Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)

  • 15 Oct 2017
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)


  • Special price for JAS and JASWA members
  • Not a member of JAS or JASWA

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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.

Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Shoka Shimputai/生花風体. Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

Prices include flowers.

"Japan America Society of St. Louis" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
University of Missouri - St. Louis
366 SSB
1 University Boulevard
St. Louis MO 63121-4400

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