Sat 23 Oct, 02:30 PM to 04:00 PM
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Ikebana: Creating Floral Form & Space
By Mabel Lee Chow
Join architectural conservationist and ikebana teacher, Mabel Lee Chow, to discover how common architectural principles can be found in and around a simple flower vase or container.
Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging, is all about finding the ideal lines, space and colour balance. As part of Archifest21, Mabel will show you how to look at ikebana and uncover architectural ideas at work such as, solid and void, form and structure.
‘Architecture is Everywhere’, so get ready to have your eyes opened. What’s more, you’ll also get to bring home a beautiful ikebana floral design for your family and loved ones!
24 October 11:30am - 1pm & 2:30-4pm , Gru Room (max.8)
23 October 2:30-4pm, Swift Room (max.5)
$128(for Public) / $118 (CRANE or SIA Members). All materials & tools are included. (Eventbrite admin fees apply.)
Container and seasonal floral materials are included, all ages welcome.
Mabel holds a Grade 3 teaching qualification (草月流師範三級) of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana, or Japanese flower arranging . Mabel’s approach to ikebana is influenced by her training as a conservation architect. Her interests in local history, photography, interior design and travel, also help shape her work. She holds ikebana workshops, regular classes and her works has been featured in several exhibitions.
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No refunds are allowed
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