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    Thrilled to announce this rare opportunity to join a 3-day intensive, creative workshop exploring sustainability with some of the biggest leaders in sustainable floristry today.
    Designed to cultivate conscious creativity; this annual workshop, will examine environmentally and socially aware practices; explore new techniques and design principles; and foster relationships between growers, designers + flower sellers.
    The Sustainable Flowers Project, brought together by Becky Feasby & TJ McGrath, is the perfect place for flower lovers to come together and celebrate our craft. 
    A lineup of noted instructors, speakers + mentors that can help florists, flower farmers, flower growers + flower lovers achieve business and creative practices rooted in environmental, social + economic sustainability.
    More than that though, the workshop will provide a warm and meaningful place for people to come together and celebrate all that is possible with sustainable floristry.

    Jardin de Buis

    Photo: Christian Garibaldi
    Jardin de Buis, New Jersey
    September 18-20, 2022
    During our time together, we will be creating pure magic with locally sourced, seasonal blooms. We will discuss the importance of soil health, regenerative growing practices, sustainable design mechanics, seasonal flowers, social + environmental justice issues in the flower industry, and the healing power of flowers.

    Ingrid Carozzi, Tin Can Studios, Brooklyn, @tincanstudios
    Ingrid is considered one of the leading designers in the sustainable floral design movement. A graphic designer turned passionate florist, she was named "Best Florist" in New York Magazine in 2015 - the same year as founding Tin Can Studios. She is the author of three floral design books: ‘Flowers by Design’, ‘Handpicked’ (Abrams), and ‘Brooklyn Flowers’ (Massolit). Ingrid attracts students from all over the world to workshops and master classes in sustainable floral design, as she has a true passion for sharing and teaching others in the industry.
    Ingrid Carozzi sustainable large scale install workshop Tin Can Studios

    Shane Connolly

    Shane Connolly, Shane Connolly & Co., UK, @shaneconnolly
    Born and raised in Northern Ireland, Shane read Psychology at university but a lifelong passion for plants and gardening eventually led to a complete career change. Subsequently, he has built an enviable reputation as a floral designer with a small, dedicated and talented team of florists, artists, and craftsmen working from offices and a large light-filled studio in North Kensington. Nature both inspires his work and guides how he executes it and he works with a deep conviction that floristry should work in harmony with the planet. Shane is one of the founding global ambassadors for the Sustainable Floristry Network.

    Amber Tamm

    Amber Tamm, Brooklyn, @ambertamm
    Amber is a farmer, horticulturist, and floral designer who works in cannabis, farm education, permaculture, agroforestry and urban farming. The social justice advocate grew up in Brooklyn and craved more nature. Now she is fighting to establish a farm in Central Park as a way of promoting New York City's food sovereignty while creating a reminder of the history of Seneca Village and bringing diversity to Central Park. She leads the food justice division of Dan Barber's Kitchen Farming Project, where she grows food for Black and Brown chefs who then prepare food for low-income communities in New York City. More about Amber.
    Jardin de Buis
    The workshop is set within the stunning grounds of 'jardin de buis' where nature is encouraged to live her best life.
    Comprised of exquisite formal gardens, extensive grounds, and stunning structures decorated with one of a kind European antiques, the environment at jardin is approached as a complete living system and managed in a way that respects its intimate ties with the natural world.
    Andrea Fillippone and Eric Fleisher will be your teaching sustainable and regenerative soil practices.

    Becky Feasby and TJ McGrath
    Your workshop hosts + leaders are Becky Feasby and TJ McGrath. Becky is a passionate and outspoken proponent of sustainability in the floral industry. She has spent almost 25 years working as a landscape designer, ornamental horticulturist, horticultural therapist, florist, and flower grower. She is currently completing her Master's degree in Sustainability at Harvard University and is the Canadian Ambassador for the Sustainable Floristry Network and the Canadian representative for Slow Flowers.
    TJ is a soulful and intuitive designer who is passionate about increasing the sustainability of the floral industry. TJ has flowered weddings and events for some notable clients and is an outspoken advocate for sustainable mechanics through is notable social media platform. Creating beautiful, seasonally-inspired arrangements with sustainability in mind, TJ is also a kind and patient teacher, who loves to share his passions with his students.
    Becky Feasby, @prairiegirlflowers
    TJ McGrath, @tjmcgrathdesign


    noon - welcome lunch* 
    1.  sustainability in the floral industry, with Becky Feasby 
    2. regenerative design and soil principles, with Eric Fleisher 
    3. guided tour of jardin de buis, with Andrea and Eric 
    4. panel discussion with all of our instructors

    8:30am - light breakfast + coffee/tea*  
    morning:  designing alongside the seasons, with Shane Connolly
    noon:  lunch*  
    afternoon:  sustainable, large-scale installations, with Ingrid Carozzi
    evening:  catered dinner* (amongst our beautiful hands-on creations)

    9:30am - light breakfast + coffee/tea*  
    morning: creatively re-thinking your designs, with TJ McGrath (hands-on)  
    noon:  lunch*  
    afternoon:  understanding social + environmental justice and the power of flowers, with Amber Tamm
    4:30pm:  farewell
    *included with tuition
    $2800 USD
    Price includes: 
    all florals + supplies
    3 days of lectures, sessions + hands-on instruction with our 7 instructors/mentors
    meals (as indicated with *)
    workshop booklet
    Price does not include transportation or accommodation.

    Jardin de Buis
    The workshop is set within the stunning grounds of 'jardin de buis' where nature is encouraged to live her best life. 
    Comprised of exquisite formal gardens, extensive grounds, and stunning structures decorated with one of a kind European antiques, the environment at jardin is approached as a complete living system and managed in a way that respects its intimate ties with the natural world. 
    With Andrea Fillippone and Eric Fleisheexplore sustainable and regenerative soil practices as it pertains to flower farming and the many public space and campuses they have worked on throughout the United States.
    F2Environmental Design @Jardin de Buis

    Jardin de Buis fountain Andrea Fillippone and Eric Fleisher Jardin de Buis




    Click here to register (click through to March once you are on the FlowerSchool site).

    So extremely thrilled to announce that I will be teaching two Master Classes at FlowerSchool New York on March 18 (followed by a book launch party on March 19). In one of the classes I will be showing how to create floral installs using chicken wire, flower tubes and eco wraps (such as the ones from Eco Fresh Bouquet).

    These methods require a bit more planning but as a bonus they are less harmful for the environment (by reducing the use of floral foam). We will also discuss and share various ways to re-use the flowers and/or plants after an event.

I will also be teaching a Master Class where you will learn how to create a signature design from my new book Handpicked. I will tell you more about that class in the next few days! 
In addition, all of the install work will stay up until the next day = March 19, when Flower School will be hosting a free(!) book launch party, with wine and light fare.

    Please follow this link to register for all three of the above (click through to March once you are on the site).

    Here also a description for the install Master Class from FlowerSchool New York:
    "Tin Can Studios has a renowned ability for large-scale installations from living walls, to hanging floral chandeliers—their work is always impressive and inspiring. In this session, students will assist Ingrid in the development and installation of two to three large-scale projects within the FlowerSchool New York space. Here, students will learn the process and mechanics for conceptualizing and implementing these larger projects that Tin Can Studios is so recognized and celebrated for. Ingrid will begin the workshop with a slideshow and Q&A of her past work. Class is limited to 16 participants. Instructor: Ingrid Carozzi."

    P.S. The list of Master Floral Designers teachers @flowerschoolny is impressive to say the least Lewis Miller, Emily Thompson, Matthew Robbins, Sullivan Owen, Oscar Mora, to name a few. I encourage all of you flower lovers to look at other upcoming classes as well! They are very fairly priced and you get to use a lot of flowers. Huge thanks to Cal Crary for all of your support ever since the get-go!


     18 foot floral chandelier at The Altman Building, New York.

    Giant citrus tree installation, New York. 

    Tropical djungle and water lily pond installation a Angel Orensanz Center during New York Fashion Week for Scotch & Soda.













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