On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Japanese Culture and Language Centre e.V. will introduce you to some of Japan's most representative traditional cultures. The shows and workshops will take place at SZENERIE creativespace at COLOSSEO on the festival grounds (Walther-von Cronberg-Platz).
All shows and workshops are free of charge!
Not all IKEBANA is the same. There are over 300 different schools. The three largest, IKENOBO, OHARA and SOGETSU, will jointly organise an event with two shows. In the first show, three artists will work with the same plant material. In the second show, the choice of material is free. In this way, it will become clear how the schools differ from each other. Uwe Jacob represents IKENOBO, Regina Oberndorfer the OHARA School and Katharina Tack the SOGETSU School. All artists are active as Ikebana teachers in the Frankfurt area.
Date: 13 August 2022, 2:00 p.m.
Place: SZENERIE creativespace at COLOSSEO, Walther-von-Cronberg-Platz 6, 60594 Frankfurt am Main (on the Main Matsuri grounds)
What is IKEBANA? You will find out in a one-hour workshop. This workshop is organised by three Ikebana schools in Frankfurt. Participation is free of charge. The plants and a container will also be provided. You can take both with you after the workshop.
Date: 13 August 2022, 4:00 p.m.
Location: SZENERIE creativespace at COLOSSEO, Walther-von-Cronberg-Platz 6, 60594 Frankfurt am Main (on the Main Matsuri grounds).
Registration: Unfortunately, we had to close the registration as the workshop is already booked out.
Important: Please bring your own secateurs.
Before the workshop there will be an IKEBANA demonstration in the same room from 2:00 p.m. Feel free to drop by there!
Katharina Tack has been learning ikebana with Toshimi Hayashi-Matt since 2009. She took part in various courses and exhibitions and received her first teaching diploma in 2015. In 2017 she visited the SOGETSU headquarters in Tokyo/Japan and practised with Koka Fukushima, among others. Since 2018 she has been teaching at the VHS Hanau. Participation at BUGA Erfurt, collaboration with Zen meditation events and a Japanese calligraphy group. Membership of the SOGETSU Branch Munich.
In 2009 Regina Oberndorfer began learning Ikebana with Renate Schubert. In 2013 she acquired the teaching qualification, founded a study group in 2017, which is now called Frankfurt Furyu Chapter, and for which she is responsible as president. Further training at European teacher seminars and OHARA master seminar in Tokyo/Japan. In 2015 she was given by the school the Artist name "Shogetsu", which means "auspicious moon". Her association regularly organises seminars and workshops, also with Japanese masters.
Uwe Jacob is a qualified gardener. Since 1987 he has attended SOGETSU classes, as well as seminars from various Ikebana schools. In 1990 he began studying IKENOBO with Dr. Horst Nising, received his teaching diploma in 1998 and has been working as a teacher ever since. Several study visits, e.g. with Manabu Noda at the IKENOBO headquarters in Kyoto/Japan. He regularly teaches the Ikenobo group Ffm/Bornheim, organises exhibitions and study trips to Japan. President of the Ikenobo Ikebana Society Germany West e.V.