This course is designed so that entry level of students who have no (or only little) experiences in Ikebana arrangement can earn basic skills of Ikebana arrangements. The course consists of 10 designs of basic arrangements. Students can learn the basic shape, entry level of skill and also how to use Kenzan (needlepoint holder to hold flowers) and Suiban (shallow type container).
The lesson fee is $350. If a student has his/her own Kenzan and Suiban, he/she can use it during lessons. Students who already completed Ikebana Short Seminar Program can use Kenzan and Suiban they already got at this seminar. If they do not have such items, they should procure them at a market (floral shop or flower market) OR we can procure them on their behalf. In case they buy from our school, it will cost $50 covering both items.
Students usually learn two designs a day spending about 2.5 hours (one session). Therefore in order to complete this course, students are usually required to come to the classroom 5 times. We offer classes of this course every week at our San Jose classroom per THIS LESSON SCHEDULE
. After earning basic skills of Ikebana arrangement, they can enjoy designing, making and displaying their own arrangements for home decorations. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
REMARKS: All information, including but not limited to lesson fee and number of design, shall be subject to change. Students are recommended to check with our school before/at the time of enrollment about the latest fee etc.
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