Take a journey into the world of ikebana as this year’s show goes virtual! In partnership with the Naples Chapter of Ikebana International, the Garden is delighted to present a stunning display of this ancient Japanese art form, which is over 500 years old.
Ikebana (ee-kay-bah-nah) — the art of Japanese flower arranging — showcases the natural beauty of flowers and other materials arranged in a container.
Over 50 local ikebana members contributed submissions to the 2021 virtual exhibit, which will be presented online as well as at the Garden in Kapnick Hall beginning February 4 through February 7. This event is included with general admission. Please reserve or book your timed tickets in advance.
A reminder: Masks are required in Kapnick Hall and in all indoor spaces within the Garden.
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In addition to the slideshow of ikebana arrangements made for this year’s virtual show, visitors to the Garden will enjoy additional in-person components. Learn about the three most popular schools of ikebana — Ikenobo, Sogetsu, and Ohara — while enjoying samples of each to see firsthand what sets them apart.
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