18 March 2020

New in 2020

Another new project in the Wa: Melbourne Ikebana Festival 2020.

Our poster project is to introduce all ikebana schools represented at our exhibition.

This will help our visitors understand ikebana better.
The posters with contact details of each school will help each school promote effectively.


12 March 2020

Projects by Shoan & Shoso

1. 25 - 29 March 2020: Melbourne Flower Show. They will create displays under "Melbourne Ikebana Festival" at Shop Window Competition. http://melbflowershow.com.au/

2. June 2020: Sculpture Commission

3. 12 September 2020: Ikebana Dinner Show, Quaff Restaurant, Toorak. https://waikebana.blogspot.com/p/program.html


10 March 2020

Publication by Wa Exhibitors

Publication Opportunities

1. Following essays by Wa 2019 exhibitors were accepted for the International Journal of Ikebana Studies, Vol.6. Congratulations!

Teaching Ikebana in Australia
Christopher James

Ikebana Workshops for Kids: Findings on Conducting Ikebana Workshops for Young Children
Shoan Lo

Wa Melbourne Ikebana Festival: Welcoming Exhibitors from All over the World
Shoto Duke, Shoan Lo and Sue Healey

The International Journal of Ikebana Studies (IJIS) is published by International Society of Ikebana Studies (ISIS), and will be available at Wa: Melbourne Ikebana Festival 2020.

3. Wa Melbourne Ikebana Festival will host a regular conference of ISIS on 19 September 2020. Wa is calling for papers.


06 March 2020

Our exhibitors at Melbourne Flower Show

25 - 29 March 2020: Melbourne Flower Show, 2020. See ikebana works by Shoan Lo & Shoso Shimbo. They will create displays under "Melbourne Ikebana Festival" at Shop Window Competition sections of the show. http://melbflowershow.com.au/

18 February 2020

Ikebana Dinner Show - Flyer Ver.01

We will post several flyers. Which do you like best?

13 February 2020

What's On - Orchestra 21

Enjoy great concerts by Orchestra 21

A. European Odyssey
Sunday 29 March 2020, 4:00pm
Church of All Nations
180 Palmerston Street, Carlton

Group Ikebana Performance in Collaboration with Orchestra 21

4pm - 5pm, Saturday 19 September 2020
Rosina Auditorium, Abbotsford Convent
Fee: $25 for seat / Gold coin donation for standing
Bookings open in May 2020
Six ikebana artists will present a renka performance to the music of Mozart performed by Orchestra 21. Renka is a type of ikebana performance in which a group of artists collaborate in the creation of a harmonious work of art. Hiroshi Teshigahara first proposed the concept of Renka in the 1990’s. A number of ikebana artists take turns to add to a site. They collectively immerse themselves in the process of creation as inspiration flows from one member to the next, with each member of the group building on the ideas of the previous artist. A dynamic harmony emerges spontaneously in the work, although the artists have not previously planned the final product. 

Please note:
a. The number of tickets for Renka is limited. 
b. If you could not obtain a ticket online, you may watch the performance standing (no seat available on the day) with gold coin donation. You can stand and watch only in certain areas of the auditorium. Please follow advice from our floor managing staff. Your safety is our first priority. 

12 February 2020

ウィキペディア掲載:Wa in Wikipedia


Melbourne Ikebana Festival. Join our exhibition in September 2020.

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Ikebana Performance with Paul Grabowsky
Ikebana Performance with Orchestra 21
Ikebana Dinner Show by Shoso Shimbo and Shoan Lo.
and many more... 

Image: At Hanabishi Restaurant, Melbourne


07 February 2020





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