You are very welcome to join our Origami Workshop online and learn origami folding and paper sculpture making skills together with Akiko Kidokoro.
Origami is the Japanese art form of paper folding that uses many techniques to create beautiful paper decorations and objects, such as animals, birds, fish, flowers and other shapes.
Akiko Kidokoro was born in Japan, and has a BA in Japanese language and literature from Sophia university in Tokyo. She is happy to spread her love for Japanese culture such as origami and kimono.
Date: Sunday, 30 May 2021
Time: 11 a.m.
Zoom: Event will take place on Zoom. Login details will be sent to all participants via e-mail before the event.
Age: Workshop is suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by adults during this online event.
Tickets: Spaces are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Ticket includes an Origami Kit (max. 3 per family) delivered to your address in Ireland only.
- €10 – IJA members
- €15 – Non-members
Bookings: Please RSVP by Monday, 24th May (5 p.m.) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. Please specify how many kits you would like to receive and include your full postal address with Eircode.
Origami kits: Origami Kit (max. 3 per family) will contain origami paper sheets for the workshop and will be delivered by post to your home in Ireland only. In order to receive the kit in time for the event, please book your ticket before Monday, 24th May.
Other useful details: Please make sure you have pens, a tape and scissors handy for additional decorations.