VIRTUAL HANDS-On Origami Live Stream for Grade 3-5
Teaching Artist, award winning origami artist, Kuniko will show you origami techniques, 2 & 3 dimensional media practice. Kuniko, born & raised in Japan, is excited to share this traditional art form from her home country!
It's fun and magical, creating out of nothing! With her step by step instruction, students will fold their own origami animal, flower or object in 30-45 minutes Live Stream. Each origami design is reflective of Japanese virtue of respect, harmony and humbleness. Students will connect with Japanese culture and discuss about global connection.
No origami paper needed! Just a notebook paper or letter size paper will do.
Do you prefer a recorded tutorial video? It's available. Please discuss with Kuniko.
What's Origami by the way?
The art of paper folding. The name; ori means 'to fold' and gami means 'paper'. Once in the 19th century of Japan, paper folding flourished. The paper crane was folded with a genius folding pattern, which evolved to complex designs amongst engineers and scientist in the 20th century. Today origami has been recognized not only in arts and science but in education. Research shows origami improves students 3d perception and logical thinking.
ahhh, what is it like? Please find out more with Kuniko's video below!