Intermediate Ikebana

ART 803.82

Students create new and different-styled arrangements each week using fresh or dried branches, leaves and flowers. For intermediate-level students who want to continue practicing their craft and improving their technique. 


What you can learn.

  • Create unique flower arrangements each week
  • Expand your understanding of the history and practice of the art form of ikebana
  • Gain experience with different styles and types of arrangements

About this course:

This course is designed for those students who want to continue exploring those techniques covered in 803.81 Ikebana and improve their skills in this Japanese technique of flower arranging, which has been perfected and elevated to an art form. Using fresh or dried branches, leaves, and flowers, students create new and different-styled arrangements each week.
Student must have completed two quarters of ART X 803.81 Ikebana or have consent of the instructor. 

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