Origami Creations Studio
On Old Route 66.

An Introduction To Origami the Japanese Art Of Folding Paper
Classes By Sid Melton
Private Origami Classes: Classes are thirty, sixty, or ninety minuets long and have an age limit of ten and older.

 

Individual Adult Introduction Class is an in depth introduction in the art of Origami, it's symbols, and the disciplines of folding. Included is an introduction to the primary bases that are the foundation of the art. Also some of the techniques that have taken more than forty years to master. Upon completion of the class students should be able to read and understand the symbols that are the road map through each model, and be able to complete at least two of the models introduced. Students will receive a copy of John Montrol's "Easy Origami" for the class. Paper can be purchased locally or from me at the time of the class. Depth of instruction will be determined by the student.

 

Individual Children's Introduction Class consist of an introduction to the art and it's symbols. Students will learn of the base folds that are the foundation of the art, and some of the techniques that have taken more than forty years to master. Upon completion of the class students should be able to read and understand the symbols that are the road map through each model, and be able to complete at least one of the models introduced. Students will be receive a copy of John Montrol's "Easy Origami" for the class. Paper can be purchased locally or from me at the time of the class. Some paper will be available for use. A parent is required to attend the class with their child at no charge. Depth of instruction will be determined by the student.

 

Group Classes: Three or more students. Students will be provided a copy of John Montrol's "Easy Origami" but are encouraged to supply their own paper. Parents are encouraged to attend the class for free.

 

Continuing Education Classes:
  • "Covering all the bases" Four classes covering the foundation bases used in the execution of many Origami models.
  • "Putting the pieces together" an exploration into the world of compound models.
  • "Modular Origami" A maze of geometric's from combined modules.

 

Public Origami Classes
Introduction to Origami: Sixty plus minuets of in depth introduction in the art of Origami and the disciplines of folding. Students will learn of the base folds, and primary bases that are the foundation of the art. Also some of the techniques that have taken more than forty years to master. Upon completion of the class students should be able to read and understand the symbols that are the road map through each model, and be able to complete one of the models introduced. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own Origami paper and we highly recommend that you purchase John Montrol's "Easy Origami" for the class. Paper and a copy of the book can be purchased from local retailers. Some paper, and copies of the book, will be available for purchase or use at the time of the class.