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Virtual Workshop – Origami Class for Beginners – Intermediates

February 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Workshop Details

Learn the ancient art of paper folding with origami master, Brian Cox! In Japan, references to origami date back to the 1600s, when poems referenced celebratory events with gifts of paper models. The paper models were attached to gifts, much like greeting cards are today. Since then, origami has developed into a world of creativity, right at our finger tips. If you’re a beginner or intermediate looking for a unique experience, join Brian Cox as he teaches the ins and outs of the art of origami!

Workshop Kit Fee: $10. Includes shipping in Winnipeg. If you are from outside of Winnipeg, the Folklorama office will contact you in regards to the shipping rate. Limited kits available. 

Join us for this FREE virtual workshop streaming on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram on February 11th at 7:00 pm CST.

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Please Note: This is an online workshop that will stream across Folklorama’s social media channels. Please follow and subscribe so you don’t miss the workshop premier. Requires a computer, laptop, or mobile device with audio.

Artist Biography

Brian Cox is a master origami artist. For over 28 years, Cox has presented all across North America and Germany. His whimsical workshops have been featured at children’s festivals, conferences, Canada Day celebrations, school divisions, opening of Children’s Hospitals, fairs, and of course, at Folklorama events. He was a part of the Manitoba Arts Council’s Artists in the Schools resident programs and has been featured on numerous television programs.

One of his most rewarding accomplishments was organizing the 1,000 crane display that was presented to the Japanese Cultural Association by volunteers and visitors from the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Cox is also the proud grandfather of two beautiful grandchildren.

Details

Date:
February 11
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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