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Join us in savoring the rich colors and textures of autumn at USC PAM’s fall-themed Ikebana exhibition! This seasonal showcase celebrates the artistry of Japanese floral arrangement and will host a variety of activities for the whole family.

 

Activities include Ikebana demonstrations, displays, and interactive drop-in workshops for children.

 

This program is made possible by the groups: Ikebana Lessons, Ikebana Inspired by Arrangements of Master Mokichi Okada and MOA - Mokichi Okada Association

 

$15 

Tickets include admission to the museum

Free for Children Ages 17 and Under

 

This program is FREE for PAM members, as well as USC students and staff. Email ch45852@usc.edu to reserve your free ticket.

 

 

 

Program schedule: 

Saturday, December 2nd

11:00 AM - 3:30 PM: Ikebana exhibition viewing 

1:00-2:00 PM: Ikebana demonstration

12:00 PM - 3:30 PM : Family-friendly Ikebana workshop

 

Sunday, December 3rd

11:00 AM - 3:30 PM: Ikebana exhibition viewing 

1:00-2:00 PM: Ikebana demonstration

12:00 PM - 3:30 PM : Family-friendly Ikebana workshop

 

More about our partners:

 

MOA (Mokichi Okada Association) Kohrinka Style:

The Kohrinka flower arrangement was established with a heartfelt desire to bring

people closer to flowers. These natural beauties are the most accessible and extraordinary masterpieces of nature.
 

Our aim is more than just arranging flowers. It's about leading people to happiness through their beauty. By incorporating various means to appreciate and infuse the splendor of nature into one's lifestyle, we believe that the simple act of engaging with flowers can enrich lives and bring joy. Experience the Kohrinka style and allow flowers to illuminate your world.

 

Valeria Brinkers:

Valeria Brinkers is a master of the Ikebana Sangetsu Style and former President of the Ikebana International Los Angeles. She is the owner/coordinator of the Ikebana Lessons shows and exhibitions.

 

In 2023 The Ikebana Lessons Group exhibited at the Sherman Library and Gardens in Corona Del Mar and at The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, CA with over 17 thousand visitors.

The ikebana Lessons arrangements are inspired by Mokichi Okada's style and philosophy which gives guidance on how to make arrangements that retain their life forces and is an expression of nature.

 

 

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