We meet the first Tuesday of the month, September thru May to enjoy the arts of Asia - with an emphasis on ikebana. We'd love to have you join us. Please see below for details.
Classes in the art of Japanese Flower Arranging are currently held at the
Trini Mendenhall Community Center
1414 Wirt Road
That is the motto of Ikebana International. II is a world wide organization with over 265 chapters. We are a vibrant club and celebrated our 60th anniversary last year.
Our club logo is the cherry blossom.
Program starts at 10
On 12/10, Nina Shimaguchi will introduce us to Kirigami, Japanese paper cutting. This will be a fun activity to kick off the holiday season. All Japanese paper will be supplied. Following the workshop members will enjoy a holiday luncheon. Look for the Evite on 11/26.
At the December Program we will also be sharing stories and pictures from the 18th NCARC held in Dallas the last week of October. This arrangement is from the Ohara School. Students worked together under the guidance of Jose Salcedo.
Yes, we will be hosting our Ginza Sale! Need a little something for the holidays? Come and enjoy the sale.
We have 2 levels of membership.
Membership at all levels supports the study of ikebana in Houston.
Houston is a great city to develop your interest in Japanese flower arranging. Five of the major ikebana schools have teachers offering classes and workshops in our city and surrounding areas. Join us for monthly programs or contact an ikebana teacher and start your lessons. Check out what we do in Class Arrangements.
See the arrangements members exhibit around Houston.
Travelling around North America? Chances are there is an II Chapter where you're going.