Photographs of floral designs can often be the only record of a beautiful design. This workshop will give the students the opportunity to understand how cameras work and how to get professional results with their cameras using basic photography principals such as depth of field, shutter speed, ISO and color balance. Following the photography portion of the class, students will discuss the best methods to reach an audience and how to build a brand via content marketing tactics.
Learn to prepare and enjoy some of the healthiest food on earth with Chef Lynnette
It’s all about the sauce!
Get more plants on your plate in this hands-on masterclass, no equipment needed. Learn how to transform bland salads into savory plant-based meals that won‘t leave you “hangry.”
You’ll learn Lynnette’s simple sauce making system and leave with customized recipes to share with your friend and families. From gourmet to on the go, get simple solutions on becoming a plant-based powerhouse!
Welcome to the Flower Shop Series! This two-day series will take students through the workflow of running and owning a flower shop in a simulated environment. Our production management program is intended for students who are interested in working in a flower shop, wrapping orders beautifully for delivery, managing workflows and having an authentic flower shop design experience. If you like making tons of flower arrangements, while being coached by seasoned professionals, interested in working toward a career as a florist or just love bringing delight with every bouquet, this two-day program is for you.
Airplants (tillandsia) are living sculptures, with a personality all their own. They thrive suspended in air, unconstrained by the limits of soil.
Join us for an engaging hands-on workshop with Airplantman, Josh Rosen. As a landscape architect, artist, and horticulturalist, Airplantman has engineered and designed the best way possible to showcase his beloved airplants using an elevated design that he developed over the years: powder coated aluminum and stainless steel cable that is hand strung and waterproof. Unlike cheaper wood and chicken wire versions out there, this is a high-end design created to last and meant to display as art.
You will learn all about air plants and how to best care for them. Josh will share with you his approach to styling airplants, and under his guidance, you will create your own custom airplant artwork to take home with you in one of his eco-friendly designed frames made here in California. These unique creations make great gifts and add a low-maintenance living sculpture to any space. Josh’s work can be seen on a massive scale at the Quicksilver store in Venice, CA.
Each ticket is good for one 11”x18” Airplantman frame with plants and instruction. Two students are allowed to participate together and share a frame if they would like.
The Intensive Series is FlowerSchool’s most popular program for individuals wanting to learn how to work with flowers like a professional designer. You will learn how to create modern designs like Master Florist Michael George and classic designs like Master Florist Remco Van Vliet of the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art. This program is a combination of the Introductory Series and the Intermediate Series that encompasses the basics of all you need to know to be a professional florist.
In this three-day course, students will learn the full process of creating the overall event design for a special event with a wedding as the sample. Beginning with making storyboards, students will receive instruction on conducting consultations and creating proposals, learning how to purchase floral products and then creating the mock-execution of the event’s designs. Each student is required to develop their own floral designs based on specific client requests. The course finishes with a mockup table decor and presentation to the “client.” This is a great opportunity for florists and event planners to practice event production with the constraints of specific client requests and budgets.
This course is taught by the talented FlowerSchool staff designers and instructors in conjunction with some of the most accomplished designers in the Wedding and Events industry in the Los Angeles area and beyond.
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 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.
After learning the basic floristry techniques in the Introductory Series, the Intermediate Series takes students to the next level of floristry. This program will teach students how to build recipes and purchase flowers at the Flower Market as well as how to manage scaling up their projects while delivering very fashionable designs.
*Please note, you must have taken the Introductory Series prior to registering for this Intermediate Series.