International Society of Ikebana Studies

Fostering Deeper Understanding of Ikebana through Research


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2018 Spring Conference

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Associate Professor Yoshiho Kobayashi (Otemon Gakuin University, President of International Society of Ikebana Studies)  will talk about Significance of Learning about Ikebana at University.

When: 1pm ~ 3pm, Saturday 24 February 2018

Where: Koshin-Kan K41

Kyoto University of Art and Design http://www.kyoto-art.ac.jp/info/about/acces

Contact: isis.ikebana@gmail.com

 

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Call for Ikebana Essays

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International Society of Ikebana Studies (ISIS) welcomes your contribution of Ikebana essays again for the next volume of International Journal of Ikebana Studies (IJIS).  The due date is 30 September 2017.

The essay should be up to 600 words (in English) and should not contain more than two images (optional). Send your work in the body of an email (not as an attachment) to isis.ikebana@gmail.com . Please include the title of your essay, your name, your affiliation (optional) and your postal address. Attaching an image is optional. It should be less than 0.5 meg (Once accepted, we may ask you to send a larger file). Your image will be published in black and white.

If your essay is accepted, you will receive a copy of the IJIS that contains your essay for free. Please note that our call for essays is open to anyone interested in Ikebana, including non-members of ISIS. If you know people who might be interested in sharing their Ikebana experiences, please let them know about this opportunity.

If you essay has been accepted in one of our previous issues and you would like to submit another essay, we recommend you to become a member first.

We also welcome your contribution of Ikebana thesis and other articles (up to 5000 words). ISIS accepts papers only from its members. Please join ISIS first to submit your paper.

Please see our Journal page & membership page for the details.