Millbrook kids to bring frogs to S.E.E.D., as in origami STAFF PHOTO BY ROB NOVIT McKintley Morgan, a Millbrook Elemetentary School fourth-grader, completes her origami frog. She and her classmates will show other kids how to make the paper frogs at the upcoming Science Education Enrichment Day (S.E.E.D.), scheduled at USC Aiken on Saturday, Oct.… Continue reading SEED of Origami
Researchers Receive $2 Million Grant to Develop Unique Origami-Shaped Antennas WEBWIRE – Monday, September 30, 2013 Atlanta – A Georgia Tech-led research team has been awarded a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop a unique approach to making extremely compact and highly efficient antennas and electronics. The new technology will… Continue reading Researchers Receive $2 Million Grant to Develop Unique Origami-Shaped Antennas
GROW Washington grows up, celebrates a year A ring made with origami is one of the offerings of a newer artisan at GROW Washington, a store and business incubator for local entrepreneurs. Photo courtesy of Marta Cunha By Chris Hendrickson, Monitor It has truly been a year of growth for Sultan’s GROW Washington store, which… Continue reading Origami Rings from Washington Artisan
Last month, hundreds of paper connoisseurs descended on New York for a convention put on by OrigamiUSA, in celebration of the delicate paper arts of East Asia. The event underscores the West’s growing appreciation for this time-tested art form. For most, origami (literally, “folding paper”, sans scissors and glue) invokes the quintessential image of a… Continue reading Pulp Art: Origami Unfolds in the West | Asia Life | The Diplomat
Geometric origami inspiration I’ve been spotting geometric origami projects left and right and there’s no better place to use them than in a modern wedding reception. Try a bunch of them as centerpieces for a a table, or hanging overhead as lanterns. Or create a pattern out of paper and adhere them to a wall.… Continue reading Geometric origami inspiration | Brooklyn Bride – Modern Wedding Blog
Miri Golan’s “Two Books,” (left) and Vincent Floderer’s “Clitocybe” (right) If you think of frogs or birds when someone mentions origami, then perhaps you need to visit the new exhibit, “Folding Paper: the Infinite Possibilities of Origami,” at the Crocker Art Museum, where you’ll see some frogs and some birds, but you’ll also see pieces… Continue reading Rethinking origami as ‘Folding Paper’ / Sacramento Press
Submitted by kkinley, Neighborhood Reporter Thursday, May 23rd, 2013, 2:32pm Topics: Schools Share on printPrint Share on emailE-mail MAINEVILLE, OH (FOX19) – Students at Little Miami elementary and primary schools learned the ancient art of origami recently when children’s author Christine Petrell Kallevig brought “Storigami” to their buildings. Kallevig, who has written a number of… Continue reading Author tells stories with origami | Schools | Warren County News
Posted by Kerala Taylor on December 5, 2012 If you thought knitting a sweater required patience, try knitting a playground. That’s right—Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam (pictured right) challenges our understanding of what a playground can look like by creating breathtaking, interactive “sculptures” from colorful nylon ropes. ArchDaily editor Vanessa Quirk recently sat down with… Continue reading The artist who knitted a playground | KaBOOM!