Advanced Origami Club
Advanced Origami Club is for learners who love origami and have experience folding origami. Each week you'll learn a new origami fold that has complex folds and multiple steps.
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Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
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Advanced Origami Club is for learners who love origami and have experience folding origami. This class goes beyond beginner and intermediate origami. Learners should have experience and confidence with folding origami that has complex folds and multiple steps.The class will move at a faster pace than my beginning and intermediate origami classes and clubs. Your learner should know how to do a water balloon base, squash folds, inside reverse folds and outside reverse folds. As a prerequisite...
Learn how to fold advanced level origami. Share your passion for origami with others.
I own a mobile and online art school. I've taught hundreds of art workshops in public libraries, and teach afterschool enrichment in two public school districts. I have a BFA in Ceramics from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and I'm certified in the state of Massachusetts to teach Visual Arts. I started folding origami because both of my boys went through a phase when they were obsessed with origami. Kids love origami because they are able to transform a simple piece of paper into something three-dimensional and recognizable.
There is no homework. If your learner folds origami outside of class they are welcome to bring it to show to the rest of the group.
> Origami paper –If you don't have origami paper you can use paper from your printer that's cut to a square that's at least 6" x 6". > Something that helps you make sharp creases such as a bone folder or a marker. I use the side of a highlighter marker to crease the origami paper. > Scissors > Markers. I find that sharpie markers work best on origami paper.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will occasionally use scissors.
Lisa WalkerLet's discover the joy in exploring and building with sculptural materials together!
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84 completed classes
Hello! I live south of Boston, MA with my husband, two boys and a dog and cat. I own a mobile art studio called Pop up Art School. I’ve taught after-school enrichment and hundreds of art workshops in public libraries, for eight years, to ages...