As always, go to www.yumegardens.org for further information.
“Once again we will be throwing open the doors of Yume Japanese Gardens for a week to the talented adepts of five different schools of Ikebana practice. The result: elegant floral displays throughout our grounds, museum, and art gallery that capture the harmony, discipline, and refinement of traditional Japanese flower arranging.
Our Spring Ikebana Floral Festival has always been among our most-appreciated events. Enjoy 50 signature compositions highlighting the wide breadth of styles in one of Japan’s most cherished art forms. Entry to the festival and all Gardens precincts is $15 for adults and $5 for children under 15, members get in free. February 20th to 28th, 2018.”
UPDATE on 2/17/18 via FB: “Due to muddy path and the tea ceremony attendant being sick we need to postpone the tea ceremony.
Thank you for your understanding.”
Traditional Sumi–e (InkBrush) Painting
by JOY MILLS
Tuesday afternoons, 1 – 4pm
C: Jan. 23 and 30
D: Feb. 27 and March 6
E: March 13 and 20
F: April 10 and 24
G: May 15 and 29
This class offers a step–by–step
approach to traditional Japanese Sumi–e
painting. Each class will focus on one
subject—plant, animal, or landscape.
Use of a Bamboo brush expands both
our drawing and painting vocabulary.
Seven basic strokes will be demonstrated
and practiced during each set of classes.
The fluidity of brushstroke developed in
this class can inform and enhance many
various drawing and painting practices.
Fee: each session, $90 (2 sessions)
location -0northwest tucson
Casas Adobes Congregational Church (CACC)
6801 N. Oracle Rd.
West side of Oracle Rd., south of Ina Rd.
Performance schedule flyer added 1/15/18 below (updated 1/17/18): Don’t miss mochi pounding & samples.
For event updates and info on prizes to be given away, go to our FB page: www.facebook.com/southernazjapan/