The Ikebana International Ann Arbor Chapter #183 , in our 47th year.
We meet the third Thursday of each month September - May in room 125 at Matthaei Botanical Gardens.
February Workshop – Sogetsu Ikebana
Sogetsu instructor, Leslie Rozinski, will be leading this workshop. Details to follow.
When: Thursday, February 16, 2023; 1:00 pm
January Workshop – Ichiyo Ikebana
For our January chapter meeting, Ichiyo instructor, Liz Larwa, led a workshop in creating a New Year’s arrangement using the basic upright style and focusing on traditional Japanese materials. We used pine, chrysanthemum, red berries and other materials. We learned about Mizuhiki, a cord which is often used in Japan in New Years arrangements, cards, gifts etc. as a symbol of warmth, affection, and togetherness. We learned various ways we can use it in our arrangements.
Ikebana: The Art of Japanese Floral Arrangement at Cranbrook
The Detroit Chapter’s Ikebana’s Exhibition was October 8&9 at Cranbrook House and Gardens. Several Ann Arbor chapter members participated!
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Tours of the house and garden Saturday and Sunday, as well as Ikebana demonstrations and many rooms in the house adorned with our floral creations! Spend the afternoon strolling in the Japanese garden, touring the historic Booth house, and taking in the beautiful art of Ikebana.
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