European Floristry School 18 – 20 August 2019

The European Floristry School  will take place place on the 18th, 19th, and 20th August 2019.  Those attending the three days will be  taught by three of the best designers in the world to creating floral art, introducing new concepts and share a range of designs including bridal work.

When:

Sunday 18th, Monday 19th, and Tuesday 20th August 2019 from 9.30am to 5.30pm 

Where:

In the grounds of Warwickshire College, in Warwickshire
Warwickshire College,
Moreton Morrell,
Warwick,
Warwickshire,
CV35 9BL
Sat Nav postcode: CV35 9BP

Cost:

  • £745 plus VAT – for 3 full days of tutorial, Includes: All flower/plant materials, sundries, lunch & refreshments.
  • Single days may also be available, subject to availability for £245.00, plus VAT including all flower/plant materials, sundries, lunch and refreshments.
  • To book your place send an email to manager@britishfloristassociation.org. An application form will be sent to you and payment details, alternatively book on ticket source  http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/bfaevents

About the tuition and designs

Once again each designer will be making something unique from floral structures, to bridal designs and new techniques.

Alex Segura from Spain. With 25 years experience as a florist, Alex first started off his career as a graphic designer. Alex has over 10 years of experience as a floral designer teacher at Escola d’Art Floral de.He has also teaches courses and seminars in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Belgium, México, Costa Rica, Taiwan, Japan, China, Australia and Hong Kong. Alex has also participated many international floral competitions:

Niina Minkkinen-Westerlund was born in a small countryside village in central Finland. Niina completed her vocational qualifications in floristry and moved into flower design competitions. She is the Finnish champion of 2001 in floristry design and came second in the national finals in 2010, which led her to represent Finland in the Europa Cup 2011. Niina has a teacher’s qualification and is a National Certified Assessor and Judge in Floral Design.

Roman Steinhauer from Russia has been working as a florist for over 10 years and trained and works in Russia. His love of Nature inspires all that work with him. He recently assisted at the World Cup and will be able to show you his talented floral design work. Roman’s works are recently shown in the brand new Floos publications.

How it works

Students attending the school will be provided with all the flower and sundries required (you can even take home what you don’t use.) Those fortunate to attend the full course will spend one day with each tutor learning the tutors chosen subject and concept designs. The atmosphere of the workshops are wonderfully relaxed, yet the work will stretch even the most experienced designer.  

Accommodation.

Moreton Morrell is a lovely college, based in the heart of Warwickshire countryside, with gardens are full of flowers and foliages ready to be explored, you can even cut materials from the grounds should you wish!  Lunch is provided each day and tea and coffee are on tap. We usually have a sociable evening out altogether for something to eat and drink too. We are confident the EFS will prove to be a special place for learning and relaxation. Accommodation is available at college but there are lots of B&B’s and Hotels around if you require any further information please email info@britishfloristassociation.org for further information.

Good to know

This event was fully subscribed in 2017 and 2015, students had a fantastic time and were enquiring when the next one would be held before the weekend was over.

European Floristry School – Class of 2017

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