Special Visiting Professor Taichi Inoue will present a workshop over two days dedicated to the new Ikenobo curriculum, a coordinated back-to-basics effort to ensure all chapters are on the same path. The workshop fee for Boston Chapter members, including Associate Members, is $50. The fee is $75 for members of other Ikenobo chapters. Seating is limited to 25. Reserve your place by completing this registration form.
Morning: Lecture: Integrated Curriculum on Shoka - Professor Inoue will discuss shoka shofutai, its basic structure, and concepts important to understand in order to arrange a traditional shoka. He will demonstrate single (isshuike), double (nishuike) and three-species (sanshuike) shoka.
Afternoon: Shoka Nishuike - each student will arrange a two-species shoka
Professor Taichi Inoue lives in Tokyo, Japan, and is now a member of the Ikenobo Tokyo Tachibana-kai Chapter. He began his study of Ikenobo Ikebana in 1999 and in 2013 completed the Advanced Course of the Ikenobo Central Training Institute at Ikenobo Headquarters in Kyoto. He has since completed the Special Advanced Courses in Rikka at the same institute. His current studies include the Special Advanced Course in Free Style and Technical seminar in Rikka.