I finally scanned in the photo's that I took at the display back in 1986. I read on the Sogetsu School website that the show was part of a Walker Art Center program called Tokyo: Form And Spirit. I remember going to that show but I didn't find any pictures. I've posted more pictures of the Ikebana display in a Flickr set here. That's the poster above. Dayton Hudson Department Store used their 8th floor auditorium for a variety of events. The Rolling Stones appeared there in the 1960's. We saw a Hans Christian Anderson display up there in the 1980's. They used to have a Christmas display each year. Santa and his village. I knew a guy who picked up all the displays and had them in his shop for years. I wonder what happened to them.
Ikebana is a Japanese style of flower arranging. It's been around for centuries. Hiroshi Teshigahara was an art student and film maker. Woman In The Dunes and Antonio Gaudi are the only two of his films that I've seen. His father was the Grand Master and Founder of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana back in 1927. Hiroshi made films and created sculpture. He became the school's Grand Master after his father retired. Hiroshi's daughter Akane runs the school since her father died in 2001.