Marcio Noguchi, renowned Tokyo origami master will demonstrate and discuss the Japanese art of paper folding.
The Japanese use origami or paper folding to tell stories and to express a uniquely Japanese aesthetic of beauty. The distinctive designs and unspoken beauty are cherished throughout the world. The Japanese art of Origami is a living and flourishing art form that both preserves traditional styles and evolves with new folding techniques and new forms. Marcio Noguchi, a famous Tokyo based origami enthusiast will discuss the aesthetics of Japanese origami and guide us through a few paper folding exercises. Children are welcome.
Marcio is well-known and highly respected in the world of origami. He is currently a board member of the Japan Origami Academic Society. When he lived in New York he served as President of OrigamiUSA, which is the largest Origami organization in the USA and is located within American Museum of Natural History. In addition to numerous public exhibits, Marcio's origami diagrams appear in a number of origami publications: Origami Masters Bugs: How the Bug Wars Changed the Art of Origami, Origami Master Class Flowers, Star Wars Dollar Origami, Manga Origami etc.
Saturday March 27 4-5 pm EST
Via Zoom-the link will be sent the morning of the event
Members Free, Non members $5
Since we are very honored to have this opportunity, the first fifty families that sign up will be mailed 10 sheets of Japanese origami paper at no extra charge. Please email your name and preferred address to firstname.lastname@example.org after registering to receive this offer.