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  • Sogetsu Ikebana Workshop by Hedy Leung

    About Sogetsu Ikebana ​ Ikebana gives life to the present moment. Every moment counts, not one moment repeats itself. Ikebana is an encounter between humans and plants. Flowers and stems are given a new life when they are arranged in a vessel or a space. Ikebana allows flowers and vessels, which exist on their own, to become one. A different harmonious beauty is created. Ikebana is a tactile art. Enjoying visual movement through our hands, it allows us unique opportunities to experience the flower, the vessel and space. In this workshop on Ikebana, we will explore the flower’s rhythm flows in our imaginations and the inspiring energy between the organic vessels and the plant arrangements. We will also interact with the vessels by artist Dorothee Sauter who created them especially for our workshop. Hedy Leung About the Workshop When: Fridays 28.10, 4.11, 1800-1930h Saturdays 22.10, 29.10, 1630-1800h Where: Pfeffergässlein 25, 4051 Basel How much: CHF80 per person maximum of 6 participants per workshop What is included: demonstration, tools and materials will be provided, flowers can be taken with you after the workshop Registration is essential: email your name, contact number and date of workshop to connect@PF25.org a payment link will be sent​ after confirmation Private workshop available upon request About the artist Hedy Leung is a member of the Sogetsu Teachers' Association. She learnt under the tutelage of sensei Mr Ho Hin Shing (1st Riji) since 2017. In 2022, she received the Sogetsu Ikebana Teachers' Diploma 3rd Grade (Sankyu Shihan). Hedy is also a practitioner in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2019, she obtained the Certificate of Senior Chinese Medicated Food Dietician from International General Chinese Medicated Meal of Self Recovery Association as well as the Commercial Vocational Skill Certificate of Senior Chinese Medicated Food Dietician from The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, The PRC. In 2020, she graduated with the Diploma Program in Practical Chinese Medicine (Chinese Medicine Nutritional Studies) at The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education. She has a Bachelor degree of Social Science in Psychology Studies, Hong Kong Metropolitan University.

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  • PF25 cultural projects briding Hong Kong and Basel

    Autumn 2022 pop-up: hands project ​ 2022 projects and programmes ​ OCTOBER - NOVEMBER : AUTUMN POP-UP HANDS PROJECT ​ ​ ​ PF25 Play Video All Videos SAVE THE DATE ​ Opening on Friday 21.10 17-20h Spalenberg 30, 4051 Basel Pop-up through Sunday 6.11 Opens Tue-Sun 11-19h ​ BASEL x HONG KONG ​ Art & Culture Outreach Lucien Bricola Bored Wolves Hedy Leung Oscar Chan Yik Long Laura Sattin Dorothee Sauter Emilia Tanner ​ ​ Project concept an d Sogetsu Ikebana Workshop by Hedy Leung Artistic & Design Direction by Angelika Li + Donald Mak ​ Presented by PF25 cultural projects Supported by Christoph Merian Stiftung ​ ​ Sogetsu Ikebana Japanese Flower Arrangement Workshop by Hedy Leung ​ ​ Get instant updates on our Instagram! ​ click here for artists biographies - scroll down for interviews hands project mindmap what do "hand" and "tactile experience" mean for your practice? what do "hand" and "tactile experience mean for your daily life? sogetsu ikebana workshop by Hedy Leung Scroll up for details and registration Hedy Leung (b. 1975 Hong Kong, lives and works in Hong Kong & London) Ikebana gives life to the present moment. Every moment counts, not one moment repeats itself. Ikebana is an encounter between humans and plants. Flowers and stems are given a new life when they are arranged in a vessel or a space. Ikebana allows flowers and vessels, which exist on their own, to become one. A different harmonious beauty is created. Ikebana is a tactile art. Enjoying visual movement through our hands, it allows us unique opportunities to experience the flower, the vessel and space. In this workshop on Ikebana, we will explore the flower’s rhythm flows in our imaginations and the inspiring energy between the organic vessels and the plant arrangements. About the artist Hedy Leung is a member of the Sogetsu Teachers' Association. She learnt under the tutelage of sensei Mr Ho Hin Shing (1st Riji) since 2017. In 2022, she received the Sogetsu Ikebana Teachers' Diploma 3rd Grade (Sankyu Shihan). Hedy is also a certified senior Chinese medicated food dietician with the recognition of the International General Chinese Medicated Meal of Self Recovery Association as well as the Commercial Vocational Skill Certificate from The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, The People's Republic of China. In 2020, she graduated with the Diploma Program in Practical Chinese Medicine (Chinese Medicine Nutritional Studies) at The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education. She has a Bachelor degree of Social Science in Psychology Studies, Hong Kong Metropolitan University. glasswork by Laura Sattin Laura Sattin (b. 1989 Vicenza, lives and works in Basel) This question made me think. It is uncommon to speak of 'hands' and tactile experience in relation to the material glass, as it is a material that is worked while hot and melted - at temperatures of over 1200 degrees centigrade. In fact, the tactile experience with glass only occurs ‘a posteriori’, once the object has been made and is cold. It is a discovery and sometimes a surprise. Taking the made object in your hands, feeling its weight, understanding its texture and solidity, experiencing the surface finish... For me, the tactile aspect in our relationship with objects is very important. When I design a new piece, I always reflect on its 'thickness', its weight, its solidity rather than fragility. It is not just about form, but about feel and 'message'. About the artist Since 2015, in parallel with her career as an architect, Laura has dedicated herself to the study of glassmaking techniques and the creation of glass objects, collaborating with expert artisans in Murano, Venezia and - since 2020 - also in Basel. Her works, characterised by a careful and innovative combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary aesthetics, have been exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions around the world including DesignArt Tokyo, Collectible Fair Brussels and DesignMiami/Basel. footage: Lisa Böffgen video editing & sound: Hedy Leung courtesy the artist & PF25 cultural projects ink paintings by Oscar Chan Yik Long Oscar Chan Yik Long (b. Hong Kong, 1988, lives and works in Helsinki) I splash ink on paper. Then I follow my hands, letting them do their thing. As I observe the result, my mind searches for a face. From the face I sense a creature. I develop this creature. Really I work with the splash. It’s already decided once the splash is done. About the artist Oscar's practice focuses on personal experience and explores the conditions of life, how individuals associate themselves with others, fear, mythologies and popular visual culture. He works with media such as painting and drawing, frequently as part of site-specific installations. Oscar graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University in 2011. Selected solo exhibitions: ‘Don’t Leave the Dark Alone’ (Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Soliquid’ (Things That Can Happen, Hong Kong, 2017) and ‘The Devil, Probably’ (Observation Society, Guangzhou, 2015). Selected group exhibitions: ‘hands project’ (PF25 cultural project, Basel 2022), ‘Homeland in Transit: Carried by the Wind’ (Atelier Mondial & PF25, Basel/Münchenstein, 2022), ‘First International Festival of Manuports’ (Kunsthalle Kohta, Helsinki, 2021), ‘Contagious Cities: Far Away, Too Close’ (Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong, 2019), ‘Futur, ancien, fugitif – une scène française’ (Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2019), ‘Divided We Stand’ (Busan Biennale, Korea, 2018). knitwork by Lucien Bricola Lucien Bricola (b. 1998 Basel, lives and works in Basel) When I create my work I’m mostly envisioning something. I try to shape everything in my head until it looks perfect. When it comes to the realisation I keep on believing that my hands can just copy my ideas. That’s the most interesting part in my eyes because with the tactile experience of doing something everything changes again. About the artist Lucien Bricola studied fashion design at the FHNW Academy of Arts and Design Basel. During his studies he started experimenting with big silhouettes and rather sculptural designs than so-called wearable fashion. His works are exploring the boundaries between fashion and art with knitwear as a reoccurring element throughout. footage: Leon Bricola video & sound: Hedy Leung courtesy the artist and PF25 cultural projects silkscreen printing by Emilia Tanner Emilia Tanner (b. 1990 Finland, lives and works in Helsinki) I often work with paper and have my background in printmaking. Artists’ books and books in general are close to my practice and I’m interested in the act of browsing, the two-sidedness of a page and the marks, like fingerprints, they carry. These objects are also touched and carried to different places by different people who might never meet otherwise but have shared something together. Marks from our fingers (always unique) are almost invisible, but will stay on the surface of the paper. About the artist Emilia Tanner is a visual artist working and living in Helsinki. In her work Tanner often uses paper as a raw material to explore ideas of time, temporality and perception. She approaches paper as a three-dimensional material that can be sculpted, transformed, manipulated and altered. Tanner received her MFA in printmaking from The Academy of Fine Arts in 2021. Her work has been exhibited in Finland and internationally. Recently Tanner’s works have been on display in group exhibitions at Forum Box Gallery (2020), Jyväskylä Art Museum (2019) and at Galleria G (2018). Tanner has been awarded with The Young Artist Award from Finnish Art Society (2020), Stina Krooks Stiftelse stipend (2019) and was one of the nominees for the Queen Sonja Print Award in 2020. a list of books curated by Art and Culture Outreach, Hong Kong i wanna READ... i wanna WRITE video by May Fung About ACO ACO Books is an independent bookshop with a strong belief in freedom of expression and sharing of knowledge. They offer choices for alternative art & cultural readings and encourage originality in publication. Besides selling books from local and overseas, ACO also has its own publications, including Chinese books as well as bilingual books like Dreams of a Toad, Memories in a Tin Box and Just Painting. ACO is also a space for connecting art practitioners, cultivating humanity and sensibility through art and cultural collaboration activities. books & zines by Bored Wolves Four Bored Wolves books for the "hands project": Oscar CHAN Yik Long, Melted Stars Zine of astral choreographies in which, guided by haptic intuition, the Hong Kong artist splashed ink on paper and let his mind find mythical creatures lurking in the shadows, his hand then rapidly drawing them out into the spectacular light. Maike Hemmers, Light grey blue folds me open like a book The artist’s practice of “mental body scans” initiates a process leading toward pastel drawings. She then notes down “felt” colors in each body limb and their associations. Designed with scissors in hand by Yin Yin Wong, Light grey blue is a haptic-somatic exploration of the human body as reservoir of elemental awareness. Katy Bentall, Greenwriting In a narrative originally written out by hand, the poet-artist, an immigrant living in a Polish village near the Ukrainian border, establishes an enduring connection to the community by observing the language of gestures as she seeks to preserve a “fragment of a pre-plastic world that was still full of cloth bundles stuffed with herbs, hay, and dried peas and beans.” Alina Asan & Anita Sezgener, She Threw the Rope & Pulled the Lake A weave of two-year-old Alina’s observations and her mother’s spontaneously flowing ink drawings. Anita’s line carries the reader across the page and over the arch of a day, encompassing daily rituals and the physical bond between mother and child. About Bored Wolves Bored Wolves is a publisher run by Stefan Lorenzutti and Joanna Osiewicz-Lorenzutti out of a cabin in the Polish Highlands. The press is dedicated to publishing poetry books, artist’s books, zines, and comix, with many of its titles blending and overlapping these categories. Working with authors, artists, and graphic designers across borders and languages, mediums and disciplines, Bored Wolves is committed to the individuality of each title, and curious about the patterns and echoes that emerge between them. vessels by Dorothee Sauter Dorothee Sauter (b. 1956 Aarau, lives and works in Basel) Clay is full of sculptural possibilities – with its malleability and its ambivalence between permanence and transition, its reflection of nature and existence, especially of life cycles. Pottery is an ancient craft that explores these qualities directly with the use of hands and fingers. While working with the wet material, repetitively poking, hitting, squeezing, in a process that connects the living and the dead, I let the hands guide me. Physical this process, top-heavy intellectual approaches strike me as uncanny, something like recurring ruins. The answers of the hand are self-guided. About the artist Dorothee Sauter is a sculptor whose question is “What is the origin of life?” Intrinsically scientific and humanistic, her thinking processes imagine the times before human existence. The primal living substance – earth – has become Sauter’s main source and medium in her quest. Sauter describes her working method as ‘thinking with the hands’. For her, the working process with clay is a balancing act between control and letting go, giving freedom to the material to work with, sculpting her emotions. Throughout the act of morphing, her hands leave marks on the material that constitute memories, both tangible and intangible; sealed and irreversible. Dorothee's recent exhibitions includes her solo 'Geology, Cooking Heart, Curious and other stories', (Basel, 2021) and in group 'Homeland in Transit: Through the Clouds' (Basel, 2021); 'The Grantees' (Calvinhaus, Bern, 2021) and 'Shangri-la' Kunstforum Solothurn (Solothurn, 2021-22). OCTOBER - NOVEMBER : AUTUMN PROGRAMME Sogetsu Ikebana Workshop PAST EVENTS 2022 ​ ​ SEPTEMBER - DIFFERENCE / INDIFFERENCE A performance by Isaac Chong Wai ​ Cloister, Basler Münster Commissioned by KUNSTTAGE BASEL 2022 Curated by Angelika Li ​ SEPTEMBER - HOMELAND IN TRANSIT : STREETSCAPES - KUNSTTAGE BASEL ​ ​ Premiere of Hong Kong Artist Hung Keung's video work 'Streetscapes 24360' on view at the window of Jungstrasse 33, 4056 Basel between 1 and 4 September 18-18h with a special community event on Friday 2 September 18-20h ​ Hung Keung is interested in the transformative physics of stones and rocks. In the spirit of the traditional Chinese landscape art, landscapes are meant for us to visit, to live in or wander around in. During the pandemic time, people in Hong Kong always had to stay home as a preventive measure. This video captures an almost surreal streetscapes of Hong Kong around the clock and with the movement of the 360-degree camera which creates a tunnel of time and documents the transit of people and the city during this pivotal period. ​ More info About the artist ​ 'Let's Have a Drink and Walk in the Streets of Hong Kong' a special community event on Friday 2 September 18-20h​ The Streetscapes project in Basel invites the audience to bring an image that records the transformation in their city during the pandemic time together with a short description. The images and the texts will be pinned on a wall in the space to create a conversation and linking the stories of transformations between our cities. Hung Keung will be virtually attending the event and joining curator Angelika Li, PF25 co-founder Donald Mak and our venue partner architect Raymond Gaëtan to exchange with the audience. Let's share our stories with some Hong Kong drinks and street food! Scroll down for the special treats info! ​ ​ first-come-first-serve Special Hong Kong Treats for Participants! ​ Participants who share an image and stories will receive a voucher to taste some authentic Hong Kong-made Moon Cakes sponsored by Meow Kong and Curry Fish Balls prepared by our PF25 volunteer Kennis Falkner at the event, also in celebration of the coming Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋節 a.k.a. Full Moon Festival) on 15th day of the 8th month in the Lunar Calendar which falls on 10 September this year. ​ ​ ​ This programme is part of the curatorial series 'Homeland in Transit' by Angelika Li and presented by PF25 cultural projects as part of the Kunsttage Basel 2022. ​Special thanks to Christoph Merian Stiftung Friends and Volunteers Raymond Gaëtan Architecture & Development Meow Kong for making this programme possible! ​ ​ ​ ​ FEBRUARY - GYMNASIUM LEONHARD - BASEL ​ Talk: PF25, Homeland in Transit and Hong Kong Our co-founder and president Angelika Li was invited to give talks to the students and staff of Gymnasium Leonhard in Basel. Our PR25 cultural projects together with the curatorial and exhibition series Homeland in Transit were presented with a lot of enthusiastic responses and questions, especially on the observations of the situations in Hong Kong. ​ Brigitte Koller, Chinese expert and teacher of the school offered a guided tour to the Coal Hill Library which houses an impressive collection of Chinese books and Chinese works of art. A truly authentic Chinese experience in the heart of the Old Town of Basel. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Gymnasium Leonhard Gymnasium Leonhard Gymnasium Leonhard Gymnasium Leonhard 1/12 MAY-JULY - ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE - BASEL Hong Kong Artists in Basel Across the months of May to July, Hong Kong artists Oscar Chan Yik Long, Angela Su and Isaac Chong Wai will join our PF25 Artist-in-Residence programme in collaboration with Atelier Mondial in Basel. Different happenings including workshops, artist talks, screenings and more will take place during their stays at Atelier Mondial. Please click the portraits below for the artists' biographies. ​ Oscar Chan Yik Long - May to July 20 May: Open Studio 24 June: Ink Workshop at Atelier Mondial + Open Studio 29 June: Kunstmuseum Basel Ink Workshop with curator Angelika Li ​ Angela Su - May 20 May: European premiere of her video 'This is Not a Game' (2021), a conversation with director of Atelier Mondial Alexandra Stäheli and the programme curator Angelika Li. Open Studio at Atelier Mondial ​ Isaac Chong Wai - July 5 July: Meeting Point at Basel Pavilion (more info coming soon) We look forward to initiating dialogues and exchanges with the local communities. ​ Stay tuned for news and updates! ​ ​ MAY - VIDEO SCREENING & ARTIST TALK - MÜNCHENSTEIN/BASEL Hong Kong Video Night ->> to the programme <<- Hong Kong Video Nights 2022 Hong Kong Video Nights 2022 1/1 ​ On the Museumsnacht Friday 20 May, PF25 and Atelier Mondial present the European premiere of 'This is Not a Game' (2021) by the artist-in-residence Angela Su who represents Hong Kong in the 59th Venice Biennale and also . A conversation will take place between the artist and PF25 co-founder and curator Angelika Li and director of Atelier Mondial Alexandra Stäheli after the premiere. The screening programme includes more than twelve video works dating from 1989 to 2021 by a stellar lineup of Hong Kong artists: Luke Ching, May Fung, Kongkee, Law Yuk Mui, Leung Chi Wo, Lo Lai Lai Natalie, MAP Office and Yim Sui Fong. Across different generations through their Hong Kong eyes, this collection of videos offers a diverse range of perspectives, landscapes, narratives and imaginations of their city. ​ Date: Friday 20 May 2022 - 19-22h ​ Venue: Atelier Mondial Platform, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein/Basel, Switzerland (Tram No. 11 to Freilager) ​ 19h: European Premiere of ‘This is Not a Game' (2021), video, 11’16” by Angela Su Artist conversation with PF25 co-founder and curator Angelika Li and director of Atelier Mondial Alexandra Stäheli ​ 20h: Screening of video works by Luke Ching, May Fung, Kongkee, Law Yuk Mui, Leung Chi Wo, Lo Lai Lai Natalie, MAP Office and Yim Sui Fong ​ 21h: Open Studio at Atelier Mondial with Oscar Chan Yik Long, Angela Su ​ This programme is curated by Angelika Li; visual design directed by Donald Mak; co-presented by Atelier Mondial and PF25 cultural projects and supported by Christoph Merian Stiftung. ​ ​ HONG KONG VIDEO NIGHT 20 May 2022 Programme ​ 1900-1915 European Premiere: 1. Angela Su ‘This is Not a Game’ (2021), 11 mins 16 secs ​ 1915-2000 Artist Conversation with Angelika Li, PF25 cultural projects founder and curator and Alexandra Stäheli, director of Atelier Mondial ​ 2000-2222 Screening: 2. Kongkee ‘River’ (2020), Animation, 5 mins 3 secs 3. Kongkee ‘I just can't find myself, most of the time’ (2020), Animation, 1 min 56 secs 4. Lo Lai Lai Natalie ‘Cold Fire’ (2019-2020), 10 mins 18 secs 5. MAP Office ‘The Book of Waves’ (2018), Animation, 2 mins 6. Yim Sui Fong ‘Black Bird Island’ (2017), 6 mins 32 secs 7. Lo Lai Lai Natalie ‘Weather girl Halo Daisy’ (2016), 6 mins 32 secs 8. Luke Ching ‘Pixel’ (2014), 43 secs 9. Leung Chi Wo ‘Suck/Blow ’ (2003), 4 mins 10. Law Yuk Mui ‘On Junk Bay, The Plant’ (1990-present), 2 mins 56 secs 11. May Fung ‘Image of a City’ (1990), 11 mins 12. May Fung ‘She Said Why Me’ (1989), 8 mins ​ Total of the video:12 (around 71 mins) ​ JUNE - EXHIBITION - BASEL ​ Homeland in Transit: Carried by the Wind Carried by the Wind Carried by the Wind Carried by the Wind 1/2 Vernissage: 10 June 2022 18-21h Exhibition: 11 - 26 June 2022 Fridays to Sundays: 12-18h Special opening dates 13-16 June: 14-18h Art Basel VIP Programme: 14 June 18-20h - RSVP: team@PF25.org Venue: Salon Mondial, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein/Basel, Switzerland (Tram No. 11 to Freilager) Artists: Oscar Chan (Hong Kong, Helsinki) Isaac Chong Wai (Hong Kong, Berlin) Andreas Marti (Zürich) Kathrin Siegrist + Iva Wili (Basel) Angela Su (Hong Kong) curated by Angelika Li (Hong Kong, Basel) presented by Atelier Mondial and PF25 cultural projects and supported Christoph Merian Stiftung ​ Click here for more information about the exhibiton and the artists. ​ ​ JUNE - KUNSTMUSEUM BASEL 1 June 16:00–17:30 Brice Marden's Lines and Spaces: Intercultural translation in progress A conversation between Prof. Kurt Chan Yuk Keung, artist, Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Kelly Montana, Assistant Curator at the Menil Drawing Institute, Houston, moderated by Angelika Li, independent curator, Basel. Introduction: Daniel Kurjaković, curator of programs. Free Entry. ​ 29 June 18:00–19:30 Reflections of the mindscape through ink ​ A workshop by Hongkong artist our PF25 artist in residence Oscar Chan: An exploration starts with Hongkong curator Angelika Li introducing poems by the Tang dynasty (618-907) poet Hanshan, generally translated into English as «Cold Mountain». This name has become synonymous with the inspiration and title of Marden's renowned series in which the artist translates the Zen notions of «emptiness» and «naturalness» into his meditative calligraphic lines and space. In the spirit of ink practice, Hongkong artist Oscar Chan will guide the participants to experience the mediums of Chinese ink, brush and water as a form of self-reflection and thought. Max. 15 participants aged 16 above, no prior ink art knowledge is required. Costs: Entry contact due to temporary technical issues, please contact pf25team@gmail.com until further notice. thank you! +41 61 525 8383 Pffefergässlein 25 4051 Basel Switzerland

  • our location stories | PF25

    PF25 site histories PF25 is located in Spalenhof at Spalenberg 12 and Pfeffergässlein 25, which is a site of significant cultural, historical and architectural importance at the heart of the old town of Basel. With its partial Romanesque foundation laid in the 13th century, Spalenhof tells many valued Basel stories: from the earthquake in 1356 to the chivalric legend Knight Heinrich von Ramstein who resided here in 1437. Another owner of the house was Bürgermeister (mayor) of Basel Kaspar Krug who met with Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Empire in 1563. It then turned into a merchant’s house owned by businessman Isaak Dreyfuss in 1835, one of the first Jews to settle in Basel. The painting of Justitia in the late Renaissance style commissioned by Krug in the 16th century resurfaced on the courtyard facade during a conversion of the building in 1964. The building was sold to the City of Basel in 1956. Theater Fauteuil opened in 1957, Tabourettli in 1971 and the 16th century embellishments under gypsum walls and plaster ceilings by Krug were unearthed in the Kaisersaal (Emperor's Room) in 1979. Does it relate to the meeting between Krug and Ferdinand I? In 1986, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava worked on the overall renovation of the house including the structural conservation and custom furniture. It was one of earliest architectural commissions in his career. The theatre reopened its door in 1989 and has become as a leading performing arts venue in Switzerland. These form part of the historic and architectural features of the PF25 site. A research on the history of the building is in progress. Please reach out to our team if you have information or leads to any history, story, conservation work back from the 1960's. ​

  • sogetsu ikebana | PF25

    About Sogetsu Ikebana ​​ ​ Ikebana gives life to the present moment. Every moment counts, not one moment repeats itself. Ikebana is an encounter between humans and plants. Flowers and stems are given a new life when they are arranged in a vessel or a space. Ikebana allows flowers and vessels, which exist on their own, to become one. A different harmonious beauty is created. Ikebana is a tactile art. Enjoying visual movement through our hands, it allows us unique opportunities to experience the flower, the vessel and space. In this workshop on Ikebana, we will explore the flower’s rhythm flows in our imaginations and the inspiring energy between the organic vessels and the plant arrangements. ​ Hedy Leung book a workshop Sogetsu Ikebana Japanese Flower Arrangement Workshop by certified practitioner Hedy Leung ​​ ​coming workshops ​ Private Workshops:​ Wednesday 9 Nov - afternoon Tuesday 15 Nov - evening Wednesday 16 Nov - afternoon Thursday 17 Nov - afternoon - reserved from 4 to 6 participants ​ Where: Pfeffergässlein 25, 4051 Basel via Nadelberg 33 ​ How much: CHF 80 per person ​ What is included: demonstration, tools and materials will be provided, flowers can be taken with you after the workshop Registration is essential: send your name, contact number, date of workshop and number of participants to connect@PF25.org ​ For private / corporate workshops and other enquiries: ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Past workshops in October and November: Fridays 28.10 1800-1930h 04.11 1800-1930h ​ Saturdays 22.10 1630-1800h 29.10 1630-1800h maximum of 6 participants per workshop ​ ​ Mail

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