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In this one time course, learners will be introduced to a brief history on the origins of origami before getting to create their own origami creations. For the first 15-20 minutes, I will go over the original sod origami including where the work comes from, where the art comes from, how the art was traditionally used, and how it has evolved into the modern art including the different nontraditional forms such as Kirigami and Washi. In the second half of the class, we will start by making a...
Growing up in Japan, I was taught the origins of origami in schools as well as practiced making origami in my free time. Through the years and more recently, I have gotten more into creating complex creations which have been showcased in a recent commercial for a major mobile phone company.
Please provide learners with 3-5 sheets of origami paper (easily found in many craft stores or Daiso stores) or 3-5 sheets of any square paper. We will ideally only be using 2 pieces of paper for the two creations but it is always useful to have a couple extra sheets just in case. Any size is fine, although origami paper is most commonly 15 cm x 15 cm or 6 in x 6 in. Please make sure any paper is perfectly square, it will make the folding process much easier for beginners.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
While I will only be going over a brief overview of the history of origami, I will be pulling specific dates/names from the following sites: https://www.britannica.com/art/origami/History-of-origami https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_origami https://paperdev.gatech.edu/kinetic-joy/history-origami
Enthusiastic teacher who loves to engage kids in out of the box learning!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3 completed classes
Hello everyone! My name is Miyu (me+you) and I mainly teach Japanese, acting, modeling, and origami, although I may come up with some exciting and new classes from time to time that combine new knowledge with fun activities! I graduated from UCLA...