Links to Other Chapters and Programs

Special Ikebana for Kids Class

Elizabeth Berry will be teaching Ikebana for Kids (7-15 years) at Greensprings Gardens Park in Alexandria on April 1, 2023 at 1 pm. Please encourage the creative, nature-loving children in your lives to register with Fairfax County at the link below. Help encourage the next generation of Ikebana artists! Enter Ikebana for Kids in the search box for more information at: for kids

Other Chapters’ Events

Sacramento Chapter Newsletter
Asian Regional Conference November 17-20, 2023 Hyderabad Chapter, Telangana, India (Hotel Reservation, Ikebana Registration)
Cleveland Chapter’s Special Ohara Event (September 30, 2022)

Cleveland Chapter Special Ohara Event and Ticketing Information

Links to Virtual Programs

Akane Teshigahara New Year 2022 Greeting Demo
The Art of Ikebana
Flower Arrangement and Buddhism Kadosai at Daikakuji Temple, April 16, 2021 (IN ENGLISH
Freer/Sackler Virtual Tours
Virtual Museum Tours
Art in Bloom from I.I. Philadelphia Chapter
Art and Meaning of Ikabana, produced by Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Prehistoric Jomon Pottery of Japan: Ancient Art through Archaeology
San Francisco Sogetsu Branch presents ArtScapes 2020
DeYoung Museum – Virtual Bouquets to Art
Smithsonian Gardens Virtual Tours
International Garden Photographer of the Year 2020
Midollino Spiral Tips & Techniques
Ikebana Belgium – Online Courses
Asian Art Museum in San Francisco
Florists Review Videos
Japan Information & Culture Center (JICC) Resources
More Midollino Techniques with Hitomi Gilliam
List of Materials for Washi Paper Presentation by Laura Felt
Flower Thanks Day by Akane Teshigahara