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Ikebana

Sunday,11:00 - 12:00 at Tate
Sunday,13:00 - 14:00 at Tate

Capacity: 15 people per workshop
Inscriptions: on the door of the room as soon as the convention begins.

Meaning “the art of making flowers come to life”, ikebana is the art of japanese floral arrangement. It aims to a linear harmony which highlights not only the flower but also the stalk and the vase. Created more than 550 years ago to adorn Buddhist’s altars, it became then a way to decorate japanese houses.

During this workshop, come to initiate yourself to this fine art and discover a new side of japanese culture. You’ll create your own composition and then will be able to take it back home with you.



25 January 2020