IN PERSON: The Art of Bonsai

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Taught by Julian Velasco

Julian Velasco is a bonsai professional and former curator of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's C.V. Starr Bonsai Museum’s world famous collection of 300+ bonsai for over 10 years. Julian has designed, developed and maintained some of the best bonsai in the US. Along with solo bonsai art shows, his bonsai art has been commissioned for film, museums, designers, architects, and of course private bonsai collectors.

Saturday, September 25, 11:00am-1:15pm SOLD OUT or Sunday, October 24, 11:00am-1:15pm SOLD OUT

Location: Prospect Heights Brainery (190 Underhill Ave in Prospect Heights, BK)

Bonsai is the ancient art form of growing miniature trees in containers, which help us connect to nature. Through this process, it strengthens our spirit. This is why Bonsai can be a figurative mirror image of the grower. With an open heart and mind, students can start their own journey of personal growth through the art of bonsai taught by Bonsai Master Julian Velasco. 

Learn the artistic, philosophical, horticultural, and technical process of designing and maintaining your very own bonsai.

Students take home a Bonsai tree, Bonsai container and soil. Scissors and tools are available for students to borrow during the class.

For all indoor in-person classes starting Aug 16, you'll need to provide proof of at least one does of the COVID-19 vaccine in advance of the class date and have no COVID symptoms in order to attend. We'll also follow local masking guidelines at the time of the class. 



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