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The Annual Spring Katen (Flower Exhibition)

Archive Photo: 2019 Ikebana International Los Angeles Chapter 4 Katen.

On Saturday, March 19, 2022 and Sunday, March 20,2022 enjoy Ikebana, Japanese-style flower arrangements on display at the Ayers Hall at the Los Angeles County Arboretum, located at 301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA 91007 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. See the Katen, Japanese for flower exhibition, is included as part of your admission to the Arboretum.

Online tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are not sold at the door. Spring weekends sell out and parking is limited. Buy tickets at here. They will be available at the beginning of March. Special programming throughout the weekend includes an exhibition, live Ikebana demonstrations at 1:00pm on Sunday, and more.

About the Katen

  • Flower arrangements by students and teachers from different schools of Ikebana from throughout the Greater Los Angeles region will be exhibiting their flower arrangements

  • Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 1:00pm - Representatives from the Ohara Ikebana Los Angeles will conduct an 1-hour long live demonstration creating a large work of art, explaining their choices along the way

  • A craft fair offering a large selection of Ikebana-related vases, containers, tools, and books

What is Ikebana International?

Ikebana International is a non-profit, cultural organization dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of the art of ikebana. Our goal is to strengthen relationships among teachers and students of ikebana with a deeper purpose of establishing relationships among all peoples of the world through their mutual love of nature. The late Ellen Gordon Allen founded the organization in 1956 with the motto: Friendship through Flowers. Today, there are 161 chapters of Ikebana International in over 50 countries/areas with a membership of approximately 7,600 persons

Ikebana International Los Angeles Chapter #4, the fourth Ikebana International Chapter established outside of Tokyo, Japan. This all volunteer led chapter has fostered “Friendship through Flowers” in Los Angeles County since 1957. Today we have over 70 dedicated members, including many talented teachers from across the greater Los Angeles County basin and Southern California. Our members enjoy the benefits of special events, workshops, demonstrations, exhibiting at the L.A. County Arboretum and much more. Many of our activities are open to the public. We invite you to become a member, join us at our next public event and learn more about the beautiful art of ikebana.


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