Floral Design Classes
Learn the art of floral design and flower arranging through hands-on workshops and demonstrations. Courses include traditional and modern styles of floral art and instruction in a variety of settings, ranging from step-by-step classes to sophisticated workshops and programs.
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Class Schedule April – August 2015
Contemporary Floral Design Workshop Series:
Wired | April 16
Decorative wire provides a plethora of ways to give new life to traditional flower arrangements.
Contained, II | May 28
Create a concentration of low, dense flowers in a design inviting viewers to explore it.
Collections | June 18
Learn how to balance a variety of flower types through repetition of elements such as color, texture, or form.
Partitioned, II | July 23
Create a garden-inspired arrangement using plants and flowers to create a multi-tiered composition with a natural stem lattice.
Basic Floral Design, Part 1 | May 12, 14, 19, 21, 26
Learn how to create the basic shapes and styles of Floral Designs – the building blocks of true creativity.
Basic Floral Design, Part 2 | June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Expand your knowledge of composition, cut flower preparation, and mechanics for various types of arrangements.
David Pippen demonstrates late 19th-century floral design with garden flowers, then creates a contemporary interpretation of the style. Includes lunch.
Intermediate Floral Design | July 14, 21, 28, August 4
Continue exploring elements and principles of design with instructor Mimi Cassick and how they apply in floral design.
Interested in gaining a thorough foundation in the art of floral design?
Explore our Floral Design Certificate Program.