Thomas Cuffe is all set for a day of ORIGAMI @ NUIG #galwayscience
In school for the next two weeks all part of Galway Science Festival teaching Origami and its application in the world of science and technology. Will be folding tetrahedron and a compliant mechanism in the form of a solar array or cube sat. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths = Origami.
Watch this space coming soon.
Belatedly, here are a few resources for St Paddys’s Day on the Origami Resource Centre site, including this fabulous “Guiness Box” from Oschene.
If you’re reading this and live in Ireland, please get in touch and introduce yourself – Origami Ireland needs to grow!
So the third Irish Origami meet happened yesterday and was great fun I have to say. We started off by making squares from a rectangular piece of paper and finishing off with a Micheal LaFossa butterfly. Which was a great achievement for the lovely people that turned up we all went home happy. So thank you also to Michela for teaching napkin folding out dinner tables at Christmas will look very pretty this year.
Hi everyone this lovely article was posted on the BOS (british origami site) website
here is the link
Just to let you know Michaela is hosting a folding workshop in Arklow on the 23rd of August. It is gonna be a fun day folding elephants so please come along. If you need details please get in contact.