Objects Places Workshops

Flowers of Asia: Floral Arrangement Workshop

by Asian Civilisations Museum
21 - 22 May • 02:00pm • Asian Civilisations Museum

Bring along your favourite vessel from home to craft a unique floral arrangement using a mix of blooms found throughout the Asian continent. Learn about sustainability in floral design and techniques for using a kenzan to hold flower arrangements.

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Flowers of Asia: Floral Arrangement Workshop
Dates & Time:
Sat, 21 May | 2pm to 3.30pm
Sun, 22 May | 2pm to 3.30pm

Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum
Fee: $15 per pax
Suitable for age 16 and above
Registration: Flowersofasia.peatix.com

Bring along your favourite vessel from home to craft a unique floral arrangement using a mix of blooms found throughout the Asian continent. Learn about sustainability in floral design and techniques for using a kenzan to hold flower arrangements.

About Meteor Flowers
Meteor Flowers is a local design studio dabbling in everything botanical and floral, ranging from styling projects to creating illustrated paper products. They aspire to emit exuberance and excitement through their works in various mediums. Be it gifts or expressions through their art forms, they create curiosity, appreciation, and all things beautiful.

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Asian Civilisations Museum

Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is Singapore’s national museum of Asian antiquities and decorative art. As the only museum in Asia with a pan-Asian scope, ACM is devoted to exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia through our outstanding collection of masterpieces, and through ground-breaking special exhibitions. ACM focuses on the many historical connections between cultures and civilisations in Asia, and between Asia and the world.

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