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Botanical Art & Illustration
A Wilder World
: The Plants and Places that Inspired Laura Ingalls Wilder
Saving the American Ash Summit
19th Annual Portfolio Lecture Series:
Life in Design
Landscape Design Students and Alumni Series
Andrew Carnegie Distinguished Lecture with Hermannshof's Cassian Schmidt
Invasive Species Summit:
Restoration and Long-Term Management
What Plants Can Teach Us
: A Talk with Robin Wall Kimmerer
18th Annual Winter Lecture Series:
Spring Celebration: East Meets West - 174FDN334
Flowers are symbolic in many cultures. Even the particular placement of flowers in an arrangement can send a powerful message. Using ancient Japanese floral principles of hierarchy, asymmetry and movement, craft a design imbued with your own personal meaning. Mold bear grass into a Zen circle to which you will add chrysanthemums, roses and other elegant blooms for an airy, and personal work of art. $60 materials fee.
Florist knife, wire cutter, scissors, pruners, a camera, and a box or bag to carry home your work.
Floral tool kit available for purchase through the Registration Office. Please call 718.817.8747.
10:00am - 01:00pm
Jan L. Gordon
, Watson Room 101
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