Date(s) - 02/06/2016
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Asian American Resource Center
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“Ikebana is a contemplative practice of expressing gentleness and elegance through the art of simple flower arrangement. Ikebana, which means “give life to flowers” in Japanese, began in 11th century Japan when flowers were presented in shrines and temples. Much more than just arranging flowers, this practice mirrors the sacredness in the mind of the arranger, both in the arrangement and in the experience of the observer. Through this art form, the artist learns to train his or her perceptions to open in the harmony and natural order of the world. ”
The cost is $25, for a special Lunar New Year (Year of the Monkey) arrangement. You can find more details below.