3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Winter Kado Session
Fridays, January 6 & 20, February 3 & 17 and March 3
The contemplative practice of Ikebana or Kado, the Japanese art of flower arranging, brings together many elements so that we can have a more direct experience of all our sense perceptions. The practice cultivates an overall mindfulness/awareness and each arrangement becomes a reflection of our present state of mind.
Classes cover the basics of Ikebana from how to cut a stem to how to place plant materials in a container. There will also be exercises on perception and contemplations to help us find joy, harmony and authentic expression in creating arrangements. Class is open for each student, at their own pace, to explore materials, themes, Sogetsu curriculum, and individual curiosity. There will be both beginners and more experienced students in the classes.
Beginning Series with Eileen Kay – Sogetsu Somu Certificate Teacher
Call or reply to register (firstname.lastname@example.org / 303-449-0192)
You must let me know you’re coming so that I will have sufficient materials for you.
Winter Session: Fridays, January 6 & 20, February 3 & 17 and March 3
Time: 3:30 – 5:30 pm
Place: 100 Arapaho #6 Boulder
All flowers and plant materials,
use of supplies: clipper, container, etc.
demonstration, hands on instruction and critique.
$100 – full session / $25 – drop in
Please let others know who you think may be interested in joining in this practice.
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