Mayfair Festival of the Arts
Kokedama Class $30.00
Join us in making your very own Kokedama. Kokedama is a centuries-old Japanese form of garden art that is closely tied to the practice of bonsai. This Japanese term can be translated like this: “Koke” means moss, and “dama” means ball. Kokedama involves using a moss ball as the supporting and the focal point for plant. In other words, it consists of wrapping the plant’s roots in a ball of soil which you then cover with moss. The moss ball is either fixed to a platform, like a dish or a bowl, or suspended in the air with a string.
Suggestion to bring gloves, you will be working with mud.
All Materials are included in the workshop fee.
Cost of the workshop $30.00
Advance Registration is Required
Class size is limited
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1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Harmon Hall of Peace at Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest College, 100 College Dr, PA 18104