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A European Exhibition of Bonsai – les Jolis Matins de Juin 2017 – organised by the Bonsaï Club of Monaco, in partnership with the City Council, will be held at the Jardin Exotique from June 9 to 11.
This fourth edition of the event brings together the most prominent bonsaika in Europe, as well as many professional exhibitors whose products involve the art of bonsai.
Workshops, conferences and animations will take place on Saturday, June 10, from 9 am, which are open to the public, until the end of the day on Sunday, June 11. However, Friday, June 9, will be entirely reserved for exhibitors.
The event also has the honour of being awarded the prestigious “European Bonsai Art Prize” by HSH the Princess of Hanover, which will be presented at a ceremony on Saturday.
As in the previous year, the exhibition will be led by the world-renowned Japanese master, Takeo Kawabe, who will host workshops, chair the jury and present the Kawabe Grand Prix award.
This 2017 edition is accessible to the public with a ticket to the Exotic Garden of Monaco.
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