FlowerSchool New York is pleased to announce our third travel trip to vibrant Mexico City from Saturday, March 21st – Wednesday, March 25th, 2020! This year we students will experience a private workshop at Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul (while closed to the public), eat at one of the world’s best restaurants, Pujol, and sail the historic canals of Xochimilco in a traditional Trajinera!
An experience like none other! Join us for a private tour of Casa Azul while closed to the public followed by a floral design class renowned designer, Ingrid Carozzi on the grounds of this enchanting garden in Mexico City, Mexico.
FlowerSchool in Mexico City! Learn how to design a beautiful, fully laid tablescape with one of New York’s most celebrate designers Ingrid Carozzi of Tin Can Studios in Mexico City!
FlowerSchool New York’s “Art & Flowers Master Class Series” is designed to give students a unique experience that combines the talent and design aesthetic of a Master Florist with some of the world’s most influential and iconic fine artists. In this class Remco Van Vliet, a Dutch-born florist who is the in-house floral designer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will bring these paintings to life in this class which addresses the origins of creativity and the nature of genius.
FlowerSchool New York’s “Art & Flowers Master Class Series” is designed to give students a unique experience that combines the talent and design aesthetic of a Master Florist with some of the world’s most influential and iconic fine artists. Each florist will find inspiration from one of their favorite artists and create flower arrangements that evoke a moment, feeling or emotion reminiscent of those artists.
FlowerSchool New York’s “Art & Flowers Master Class Series” is designed to give students a unique experience that combines the talent and design aesthetic of a Master Florist with some of the world’s most influential and iconic fine artists. In this class renowned designer Oscar Mora will reinterpret Henri Matisse’s iconic cutouts through color, contrasts and flowers.
Flower walls, chandeliers and ‘flornados’– oh my! Do not miss this opportunity to work BIG, try your hand at real-life large-scale designs to make an impact and get the wow! In this all-day workshop designer extraordinaire Emily Pinon of Bastille Flowers & Events will pull back the curtain on large-scale designs discussing real-world logistics, construction, pricing, installation practices and managing client expectations when it comes to over-the-top design.
In this class bio-alchemist, Michelle Gagnon, will curate a special selection of botanical oils derived from flowers, herbs and spices perfect for this time of year. We will work with and discuss essential oils that are warming to the body, softening to the heart and offer aphrodisiac properties.
Interested in becoming a professional florist? Curious about taking programs at FlowerSchool NY or working at the FlowerSchool Flower Shop?
Join us for an Open House to meet our staff, alumni and other floral industry professionals. We will discuss sustainability, what a career as a floral designer is like, industry and salary expectations, past alumni achievements, job postings, and what classes are best for you and your schedule.
Following our presentation, there will be a Q & A period. We will be happy to answer any of your questions about the school, student life, and what to expect.
This series of classes is intended for beginning-level students who have an interest in learning foundation level skills in floral design. Skills include how to correctly handle and care for flowers, how to use a floral knife and clippers, and when, and the conditioning of flowers for optimal vase-life longevity. This series teaches simple, high-end designs that highlight the flowers’ most beautiful and unique characteristics. Once learned, these designs can be recreated at home again and again using a variety of different flowers and materials.