For those of you living in the Toronto area, we have just been notified that the Origami Society of Toronto is doing a workshop for adults and children! This is the first public workshop they’re doing for 2014 and it will feature models derived from the helmet and fish bases.
The workshop is happening on Saturday, May 24, 2014 from 2-4 pm.
Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Boulevard
(1 block north of Yonge & Eglinton)
Toronto Ontario M4R 1B9
The event is intended for beginners and is best suited to adults and children over age 10. The program draws on the Society’s broad collective knowledge of origami resources and best practices for teaching beginners and includes little-known models by local designers, as well as better-known and traditional ones.
Instructor: Robin Matsumoto.
Admission: Web registration required. Visit origamitoronto.org.
Origami Society of Toronto was founded in 1986 as a club for advanced folders and enthusiasts. Like origami itself, the Society has been affected profoundly and positively by world-wide technological and social changes. Today, the Society continues to evolve while remaining true to its mandate to promote the appreciation and practice of origami in the Greater Toronto Area.