Mariko Ono, South Jersey’s highest ranking Ikebana artist originally from the Sogetsu School in Japan, will demonstrate the time-honored art of Ikebana – the Japanese art of flower arranging on Sunday, May 17 from 12-2 PM. Ikebana is making art sculpture with minimal flowers and surprising elements to represent being in tune with nature. The event will feature a Bento Box lunch, Japanese tea, assorted beverages, and music. There will be a $25.00 per person ticket price.
Ikebana Exhibition: From May 8 to May 10 and again from May 14 to 17, the Sogetsu Study Group of South Jersey will provide 4 Ikebana arrangements at the Markeim Arts Center available for viewing during regular gallery hours (gallery will be open 10 am to 2 pm on Mother’s Day).
Tickets can be purchased by clicking the “register now” button below or by calling the Markeim Arts Center at 856-429-8585. Tickets will only be sold at the door if available and there is a limit for each event, so reservations are strongly suggested.