The Way of Japanese Tea – Chabana-Tea Flower Arranging
Please note: Preregistration is Required. You may register for this session by purchasing the class through the link below or in person at the Community Center.
Please register by the Tuesday before the class, so the instructor, Jennifer Huffman, can prepare the proper quantities needed for the class.
This workshop will explain Japan’s 72 micro seasons through tea flowers, their containers and how tea flowers are arranged. The members will make their own arrangement during class and at the end will be able to take it home. The members will see varying arrangements and based upon the season, have the ability to make an arrangement for their home.
The instructor will procure the flowers for class(es). Maximum number of students is 10. If the class member has a preferred vase and would like to bring it, please do!
Jennifer Huffman‘s cultural lectures will detail the subtleties behind Japan’s elusive tea culture and its impact on Japanese culture.
Instructor: Jennifer Huffman
Purchase a class in-person at the Center or purchase a class online.