Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arranging)

Little Locheart Arts - The Boulder Art Therapy Collective

Sunday, May 31, 2015
The Boulder Art Therapy Collective 1400 Lee Hill Rd. Unit 7 BoulderCO  80304
Sunday, May 31, 2015
The Boulder Art Therapy Collective 1400 Lee Hill Rd. Unit 7 BoulderCO  80304

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What's Included

Ikebana: Artfully joining nature with heart and mind, with Brooke Pohl Rooted in Japanese tradition, the practice of Ikebana helps one to connect fully to self and the world with non-aggression as one attentively explores limitless expression through flowers. Program fee: $80 which includes flowers. Either bring 1 flat open container and another container of choice, kenzan (flower frog), & flower shears OR pre-purchase them and we will have them for you at the workshop. Some will be available to borrow. Due to space limitations, pre-registration is required with a non-refundable deposit of $35 to cover the cost of materials.

About This Organizer

Locheart Arts is working to inspire and create a robust arts community in Boulder, Colorado.  

We believe that opportunities to create and experience art contribute to a world that is inspired, beautiful, honest, and community driven.  We believe that the arts are a fundamental human need and should be accessible to all.


We proudly offer goods and services which, similar to the creative process,  manifest in a variety of ways.  Whether it be teaching children's art classes, consulting artists and arts agencies, or marketing our own work, all of what we do contributes to the local creative economy and inspires a more creative environment.


Little Locheart Arts serves families who have childcare needs during school days off, and during summer break.  Our children's program includes art exploration, outdoor playtime, cultural field trips, and an integrative curriculum.


We focus on materials exploration and believe we have the responsibility to utilize reclaimed materials whenever possible.  We offer children the opportunity to explore their own creative intuition, through art and science projects and balance these explorations with appropriate outdoor time.  We often follow a seasonal curriculum and use a contemplative approach to our teaching methods.  We engage in cultural field trips around the Boulder area to foster curiosity about our environment, to stimulate interest in the rich arts and cultural offerings that our community provides, and to gain knowledge and experiences, which influence the creative process.

Organizer Info

  • Little Locheart Arts

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The Boulder Art Therapy Collective 1400 Lee Hill Rd. Unit 7 BoulderCO  80304
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