NCARC Conference – 2019
October 27-31, 2019 – Dallas, Texas
Registration opened September 20, 2019 – save $100 by registering before 12/31/2018.
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- Overall conference information
- To register
- You must have your Ikebana membership number to register. It is on your membership card or perhaps someone in your chapter keeps a record. If not, headquarters can provide it.
- To donate, or place an ad in the souvenir book, or be a corporate sponsor
- Conference Agenda
- Workshop schedule
- Hotel Reservations
Your Hosts and Contact info
- Chairperson – Patricia O’Reilly, of Dallas Chapter 13 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Co-Chairperson – Sandra Prachyl, representing Fort Worth Chapter 38 – email@example.com
- A Facebook Page has been set up to keep you up to date. This Facebook page will provide ongoing information about what’s going on in Dallas and Fort Worth. It will keep you apprised of new events, major transportation changes, etc., so you can start your planning as soon as possible! You will also be able to exchange information on this Facebook Page.
Demonstrations and Workshops
- Featured Guest Ikebana Artist is Ikenobo Ikebana Headmaster Designate, Senko Ikenobo.
- We will also have guest ikebana artists representing the Sogetsu, Ohara and Ichiyo schools.
- Four schools of Ikebana will be offering workshops; Ikenobo, Ichiyo, Ohara and Sogetsu
- One major workshop creating a large exhibition piece is also available
- There are two cultural workshops and one cultural seminar
Tours and Shopping
- There are several tours available in and around Dallas and Fort Worth for you and especially for spouses and guests in attendance
- The Artist’s Market at the conference will be very tempting, featuring Ikebana containers from potters around the U.S. as well as other items of Ikebana
Exhibit and Honored Guests
- Honorary Chairpeople, newly arrived Consul General of Japan in Houston, Mr. Hideo Fukushima and Mrs. Fukushima
- An exhibit featuring several schools of Ikebana and nearly 200 arrangements
Great Food and Entertainment
- A wonderful opening Texas style BBQ, Country band and line dancing – western wear and boots are appropriate attire!
- A beautiful and memorable closing Sayronara closing reception and dinner
We want your experiences at the 18th North & Central American Regional Conference to be the seeds that plant ideas you take home to help GROW ikebana in your Chapter and your Community!!