Look forward to a collaboration with U of T’s Skateboarders Club (TUTSC) on April 5th. It will be the final workshop of the semester! The featured origami model is a skateboard designed by Quentin Trollip. We’ll be in SS1074 (not our usual room~ please don’t get lost) from 5-7 PM. From 7-8 PM, TUTSC will… Continue reading Paper Skateboard vs. Real Skateboard
The UTFOLD Spring Election will be held this upcoming Friday! Here’s a reminder that the positions available are President, VP Internal, and VP External. Our Constitution delineates the general responsibilities of each position (https://utfold.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/constitution1.pdf). If you are interested in running, all you have to do is be in SS1088 at 5:30 PM with a ~2… Continue reading Spring Election and Potluck
This Friday, we’ll be holding a tessellations workshop, led by Kevin and Anna! You’ll have the opportunity to fold “Stacked Triangles”, the “Spread Hexagon”, and the “Propellerhead”. There will be tant paper available for your use. We can’t wait to see you there!
We’re in the final stretch of our workshop series for the semester. There are only three more to go! 3/22 is tessellations taught by Anna and Kevin. 4/5 is a collab with UTSkateboarders. More details on those later. 3/29 is pretty important… It’s the day of our Spring Elections. The Exec roles available… Continue reading Upcoming Workshops & Spring Elections
We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Origami. Wizard/witch? Muggle? Forget what’s in the blood, and shift your gaze towards your hands. Yer a folder. You’re invited to vanquish the Dark Lord with us this Friday in SS1088! Models include the Golden Snitch; the sucky, fun-retardant Dementor;… Continue reading Harry Potter Workshop!
The time has come… Next Friday, we’re holding our first collaboration with UTSmash, the Smash Bros. Ultimate club at U of T. Featured models are a Triforce box and papercraft Mario & Luigi. The event will be held in OISE 5270 from 5-11 PM. I’ll be teaching origami in small groups for however long… Continue reading Origami Joins the Battle!
Dog-earing pages is a common practice for readers. It’s an understandable method for saving your place in a fantastic novel, but if you’re renting the book from a library or bookstore, damaging the pages is scandalous. That’s why, this Friday, we’re teaching a variety of bookmark origami! Learn how to fold an easy samurai… Continue reading Bookmarks Workshop