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From: Eri <[address removed]>Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2009 12:02 PMTo: [address removed]Subject: [japanese-509] Ikebana- Free Japanese flower arranging workshop 6/1
I am organising culture events at JASGA( JAPAN-AMERICA society).
JASGA is excited to host the hands-on beginner's Japanese flower arranging workshop. This workshop is a great opportunity to learn a basic and artful way of displaying your flowers all summer long.Japanese flower arranging workshop
Ikebana is the Japanese art of arranging flowers. It is more than simply putting a bunch of flowers in a vase - it is an art form which attempts to bring nature and humanity together.
Please bring a garden scissors, if you have one. We will prepare everything we need for Ikebana- Japanese flower arrangement.DATE: June 1,2009
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Casa de Luz 1701 Toomey Rd Austin,78704
If you have question, please e-mail eri
Ikebana has more focus on the entire flower, including the stems and leaves. It draws emphasis on the shape, line and form of the flowers - using "empty space" and asymmetrical form. We are looking forward seeing you there!
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