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Experimental floral design
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Anne Stine Solberg
  • Siv Engen Heimdahl
  • Siv Engen Heimdahl
  • Siv Engen Heimdahl
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International education at Vea

The vocational programme "Experimental Floral Design" has begun!

Vea had it's start of studies this Tuesday, with approximately 70 new students. Among these were three Italian, two Norwegian and three Swedish craftsmen, who  begun their education in the international programme Experimental Floral Design.

This is a part-time education, that results in 30 vocational school points. Mostly, the students entering this programme are florists, but we also welcome others with a background from esthetical disciplines. Siv Engen Heimdal is the subject teacher and in charge of this programme. Along with Runi Kristoffersen, among others, she will challenge and guide the students to work with botanical materials in an untraditional way.


 

 Rudy Casati and Claudio Montecampi, both from Italy, collaborating on an assignment.

 Elin Ekekrantz makes a product using sunflowers.

Jonny Berg uses wood as the only material in his product.

     

Playful and happy "mailbox", with a bathing ring as a basis, and a product of botanical material combined with fibreglass and electrical tubes.

 
Finished product made by Rudy Casati.

In the photo, from the left: Rudy Casati, Jonny Berg, Gunn Stenseth, Marco Chiacchiararelli, Erik Sanjaya and subject teacher Siv Engen Heimdahl. 
In front: Elin Ekekrantz, Linn Annie Petersson and Claudio Montecampi.

Oppdatert 02.10.2015