Origami Corrugations Workshop

improvisational paper pleating

Morgan Conservatory
Saturday, Jan 23
10:00am
70

Event Details


Delve into the world of origami corrugations. This method of pleating paper is based on a system that lends itself to endless variation. You will learn the fundamental techniques of this improvisational approach to folding paper. The class paper pack (available from origamishop.us - see supplies list) will include a sampling of different, unique papers that are all great for making beautiful, pleated patterns.

James Peake is an avid origami enthusiast, specializing in art, education, and curating origami exhibitions. After graduating from Oberlin College in 2006, James spent 11 years as the Education Director with the Firelands Association for the Visual Arts (FAVA). An active member of the international origami community, James has organized and hosted over a dozen origami gallery exhibitions that feature master paper folders from around the globe. In 2017, James opened his very own “Foldspace Origami Studio” in Oberlin, which doubles as an art studio and lesson space for classes and workshops.


Venue Details


This is an online event

Morgan Conservatory

1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103

Arts Organization focused on papermaking, book arts and letterpress printing


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