Roma – January 7 – 19, 2019 Istituto Giapponese di Cultura – Via Antonio Gramsci, 74 – Roma The dress makes the monk, the child, the Japanese, the flower, as explained by the four sections of the exhibition, inspired by religion, childhood, tradition and nature, which unfold narratives and icons on fabric. From the private collection Manavello, in collaboration with the Museum of Civilizations of Rome, a selection of fine kimono man / woman / child of the first half of the last century shows Continue reading →
Ivrea – October 19 – 20 – 21, 2018 Ivrea, Museo Civico P.A. Garda www.museogardaivrea.it Opening: friday October 19 from 5.00 pm until 7.00 pm Opening hours : Saturday October 20 from 3.00 pm until 7.00 pm Sunday October 21: from 3.00 pm until 4.00 pm Ticket: € 5,00 / € 4,00 Oriental art continues to be at home at the Garda Museum which will host, from 19 to 21 October “Ikebana – the way of flowers”, the international exhibition, realized with the contribution of Continue reading →
Rome – September 22 – 23, 2018 Hotel dei Congressi – Viale Shakespeare 29 Lucio Farinelli e Luca Ramacciotti present 3 workshops exploring “What ikebana can do today”. A conference by Sensei Lina Alicino Ran-Son on the history of the ikebana Sogetsu in Italy will open the event, the three workshops will follow: 1) Aloe arborescens” – A plant native to Africa that grows easily on the Mediterranean seaside. A material difficult to treat and match; we’ll learn about it with Lucio Farinelli who also Continue reading →
A free Sogetsu ikebana exhibition for the Merano Spring event Held from May 19 to 25, 2018 at Merano’s Thermal Baths Presented by the Concentus Study Group Free entry exhibition, open on May 19 at 11.30 a.am. Luca Ramacciotti gives a talk on May 19 at 6:00 p.m. Ikebana workshop 1: on May 19 at 2:30 p.m. Ikebana workshop 2: on May 20 at 10:30 a.m. Partecipation fee: €30.00 per workshop Length: about 60-90 min. With this name “Sonne Luna” that puts togetherthe two languages Continue reading →
Firenze – 28 Aprile 2018 H.15.30 Tepidario del Roster by Giardino dell’Orticoltura – Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 1 The Sogetsu Ikebana demonstration by Silvia Barucci and Ilaria Mibelli of Concentus Study Group will be held during the “Mostra Mercato Primaverile dei Fiori”. A special thanks goes to the Tuscan Society of Horticulture that organizes and promotes the exhibition and in particular to Dr. Alberto Giuntoli who gave us the chance to enjoy the beautiful space where the event will take place.
Rome – Aprile 8, 2018 H.18.30 – 23.30 Club Apres – Borgo Angelico 18A Sunday, April 8 at the Apres club will be held the opening of the ikebana exhibition by Lucio Farinellii and Luca Ramacciotti, leaders of the Concentus Study Group. The masters, together with the teachaer Anne Justo, will guide us towards ‘the way of flowers’, a splendid path that proposes seven works witnessing the continuous and fruitful dialogue between art and nature, as masters of the universe. Ikebana is an art regulated Continue reading →
Rome – February 24, 2018. H. 19.00 Libreria Teatro Tlon · Via Federico Nansen 14/16 Domizia va in Giappone Tlonferenza The author Carmen Rucci and two of the teachers of the Concentus Studi Group will speak: Giulia Piccone Italiano and Lucia Coppola Free entry Can the ancient Japanese art of Ikebana give body to a story on the Rising Sun? We will find out with our two teachers, who will explain some techniques of the flower arrangement exclusively for Domizia’s audience goes to Japan. After Continue reading →
Rome – January 22 – March 10, 2018 Pots – Via in Selci 64 Pots ceramics atelier once again collaborated with Concentus Study Group. Sebastiano Allegrini and Angelica Mariani host the new collaboration with our group: an ikebana exhibition with Pots ceramics. For a month and a half the arrangements of the group members will be on display. Every seven days three different ikebanists will be exhibiting. Come and visit us repeatedly, each time it will be a different experience.
Rome – January 20, 2018 Hotel dei Congressi – Viale Shakespeare 29 Antonio Alessandria begins his studies in Italy with Mouillettes and Co. and continues at Cinquième Sens in Paris. Subsequently he deepens the subject by working with established independent perfumers. At the same time, the desire to share his passion with others pushes him to start a new adventure: the creation and management in Catania of a salon of artistic perfumery, Boudoir 36. His desire is to host people in an intimate place, to Continue reading →