Ohara School of Ikebana Ottawa Chapter

A membership organization offering classes, demonstrations, workshops and information resources


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Spring 2016 update

Fifteen enthusiastic people took part in an INTRODUCTORY CLASS held on Saturday, April 9 from 1:00 to 3:30 at the McNabb Community Centre, 180 Percy Street, Ottawa. Everyone had an opportunity to learn about the Ohara School of Ikebana and to make a simple. beautiful arrangement that they will be able to replicate at home. They met a number of teachers and had an opportunity to discuss opportunities for further classes.

2016 Intro WorkshopIntro Group 2

DEMONSTRATION AND ANNUAL OHARA EXHIBITION, 2016: A demonstration of Ohara School techniques was held on March 1, 2016 in the auditorium of the Japanese Embassy and was appreciated by about fifty guests. The annual exhibition, titled Renaissance was held at the Japanese Embassy on March 5-6 and included many beautiful arrangements by Ohara School students and teachers.

WEBSITE: We hope members and visitors are enjoying browsing for information and news. Please explore the headers. For example, in the “About” item you will find a brief history of the School and the Chapter. Under “Ikebana Classes” you will find a list of teachers and details of their classes and how to contact them. Please watch for new additions.
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Summer Workshops 2015

August 29, 2015: A Summer Workshop was offered in Ottawa by by Marie-Eve Fuki Coupal. It was a modern arrangement with grapevine, sunflowers and hosta leaves.

August 8, 2015: A Rimpa Workshop was offered in Gananoque by Cliff Shinju Byrnes. There was first a presentation on the history of Rimpa Art and its interpretation in Ohara School arrangements by Sandra Shinsui Olney. The afternoon workshop used Tropical Plant Material, and the evening workshop interpreted the Beauty of the 1000 Islands.