The UP Asian Center will hold "Ikebana as Sustainable Art: A Lecture and Demonstration on Japanese Traditional Flower Arrangement" on 13 November 2019, 1–2:30 pm at the ASEAN Hall, UP Asian Center, QC. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is first come, first served. Walk-ins are welcome but participants are encouraged to sign up.
Asako Tsunoda is a certified Ikebana instructor from Misho ryu Nakayama bunpo-kai, a school which originated from Osaka more than 200 years ago during the Edo period. She is also a founder of Manila bunpo-kai and has been teaching Ikebana in Tokyo, Sydney and Manila for 14 years.
ASIAN CENTER'S 64TH ANNIVERSARY
This event is part of the Asian Center's 64th anniversary celebrations. View full list activities and sign up. The Ikebana lecture-demo is one of four activities scheduled on 13 November:
• How Do Elite University Students in ASEAN Look at their Asian Neighbors? | A Lecture
• Encounters with Silence | A Screening and Forum on 'Lonely Death' in Japan
• South Sulawesi, Indonesia as a Field of Historical Study | A Public Lecture
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