Ikebana, NYC

For anyone interested in learning Ikebana (Japanese flower arranging), Ikebana Flowers in NYC is offering a variety of classes for personal and professional development:

Dear Friend!

We are very excited to announce a new series of  classes at Ikebana Flowers New York!
We are also excited  announcing our first friends and family discount  that will be in effect for classes booked through  the end of 2010 and will include gift certificates for future classes. This discount applies to master classes and series classes so that if you have ever wished to participate in one of our series this is the time!

Please e-mail or call to reserve a space and mention a discount off the series price!!

e-mail : ikebanaflowers-ny@verizon.net
phone : 212-255-9769
1133 Broadway suite 230 (26th Street closed Fifth Avenue)
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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & FUN 20 percent discount

Introduction to Ikebana   (Single lesson for 2 1/2hrs)
Begin to explore the basic concepts of Ikebana flower arrangements,  history of tradition and Japanese philosophy behind these beautiful pieces. Hands-on instruction of Moribana style for beginner experienced practitioners.  Learn to  compose which encompasses basic Ikebana techniques, harmony and balance.
Fee $130.00  include flowers    All your flowers  to take home.

Ikebana, The Essence of a Style (3 classes /1 hrs. eac.)
This course encompasses historical tradition of Ikebana styles which is called  Moribana style and Nageire style. Learn to compose Moribana  and Nageire style, which both basic Ikebana techniques, harmony and balance to peaceful Ikebana arrangements.
Fee 3 classes (1 hour each) $195.00
additional flowers fee $25.00 per class– All your flowers  to take home

Jun – Ikebana’s Journey to the West
These sessions highlight the approach behind Ikebana’s style in comparison with the European methods inherited by the New World. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy arrangements in both forms – these courses provide a very particular and beautiful insight of two culture’s approach to art, space, architecture and form.
Fee 3 classes (1 1/2 hour each) $195.00
additional flowers fee $25.00 per class– All your flowers  to take home

Jun – The Origins of a new Style

A very original style created by Master Ikebana teacher Junko Miura. This curse departs from the usual forms of flower arranging to arrive at a purely artistic confluence of the best of each world.

Jun-Dance with Space
Jun-Nature’s Design
Jun-Purity & Simplicity

Classes focus on the adaptability of a very particular style, such as Ikebana, in a city that was made for big ideas and big architecture – learn to play with color, space and let your inner artist come out for good.
*Fee for Each separate session $135.00 (1 1/2 hour each)
Additional materials (flowers & vase) $45.00 per session.
All your flowers  to take home

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & MASTER CLASSES   20 percent discount

Technical Course (5-session each Categories)

■ Trial: Introduction to Ikebana (Single lesson–3 hrs)
Begin to explore the basic concepts of Ikebana flower arrangements,  history of tradition and Japanese philosophy. Learning
compose of Moribana style which is a basic Ikebana techniques, harmony and balance.
Course fee $130  -Take in hand full your flowers.

■ Basics Moribana Style of Ikebana (5 sessions – 2 hrs ea.)
Lessons explore a main style of Ikebana, Moribana by 19th  century. The literal meaning of this word is “piled-up flowers”
the vase is always wide and shallow holding a harmonious combination of branches and flowers. This course teaches the
foundation for the simplicity and beauty of Ikebana.
Course fee $430  -Take in hand full your flowers.

■ Basics Negeire Style of Ikebana (5 sessions – 2hrs ea.)
Negeire Ikebana creations are characterized for Flung Flowers by 16th century.  The vase is tall  and narrow mouthed.
Inventive  simple devices are made from  the flowers themselves to give form and grace to the arrangement. You will find
Negeire techniques your most useful tip in any flower arranging.
Course fee $430  -Take in hand full your flowers.

■ Basics Seika Style of Ikebana (5 sessions – 2hrs ea)
An eclectic approach where the formal and highly technical elements of Seika by 17th century in Japan. This style uses  the technique
of Tameru extensively.  Introducing the Tokonoma alcove or display alcove, as a decorative area of the formal  room where guests were received.
Course fee $430  -Take in hand full your flowers.

■ JUN’s  Fusion (5 sessions – 2hrs ea)
These sessions highlight the approach behind Ikebana’s style in comparison with the European methods inherited by the New World. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy arrangements in both forms – these courses provide a very particular and beautiful insight
of two culture’s approach to art, space, architecture and form.
Course fee $450  Additional flowers fee $50. Vase is separately or bring your favorite one.  Take in hand full your flowers.

*Jun – Ikebana’s Journey to the West
*Jun – Dance with Space
*Jun – Nature’s Design
*Jun – Purity & Simplicity

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Master Degree Corse    (84-sessions)

The most intensive courses for designer or Instructor which curriculum is covering all category flower arrangements :
Japanese Ikebana, Western arrangement and JUN’s Fusion, Wedding and Grand Scale Designs etc that has three levels,
Basics, Intermediate and Advance. Additional single lectures: International Color combination and Material
combination(at New York flower market),  Tour of accessory building  and Brush up and Test.

*Short cut lesson should be  possible / Twice a week or as Intensive Course

Intensieve Course  (1-3 months)
Progressive practice for profession  or abroad student who journey to career change

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