Learn how to make your beautiful lei po’o (Hawaiian-style flower crown) with Namiko Chan Takahashi, a multi talented artist, painter and dancer.
Lei, or known as lei po’o as well as haku lei, is a Hawaiian-style flower crown. This boho chic traditional adornment is a statement piece that you can wear for hula, party and anything festive.
In this interactive workshop, you will work directly with master lei maker and multidisciplinary artist, painter & dancer Namiko Chan Takahashi.
All the material (flowers, leaves, other accessories and tools) are provided, so come and join us for this fun and creative workshop to unleash your inner hula!
At the end of the workshop, you can bring home your beautiful creation.
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Namiko Chan Takahashi is a Singapore-based award-winning multidisciplinary artist. She is the co-founder of an art community Laniakea Culture Collective, that she co-founded with her husband lawyer/poet Aaron Lee. Her work as a painter can be found in National Gallery of Singapore, at the Istana, as well as in many private international collections. As a dancer, Namiko directs, teaches and dances with the School of Hawaiian Hula Singapore – Ka Pa Hula Ka Lei Maile Hi’ilani.
Participants will learn how to create a lei po'o or Hawaiian-style flower headpiece.