Ikebana is the art of arranging flowers aesthetically, in which one tries to represent the three elements sky, earth, and mankind in a well-balanced relation. This art was developed in the 16th century, which having evolved into many styles now uses glass, iron, and other materials to enhance the beauty of flowers.
The School of Gardening, Public Gardens is conducting a 3-day workshop on this Japanese art of flower arrangement, which is more than simply putting flowers in a container. It is a disciplined art form in which the arrangement is a living thing in which nature and humanity are brought together. This workshop is aimed at bringing the nature enthusiasts more close to the nature with their own creativity.
This event is being held under the supervision of Mrs. Rekha Reddy, who is an expert in the Eureka form of flower decoration and Mrs. Sumalatha, who is a veteran flower decorator. The fee for the workshop is Rs. 300 and all the flowers are made available at the venue. The timings for the sessions are 11am to 2pm.
For further details, please contact Mr. Aakruti Sharma at 2323-3950 for further details.