Birbs! :3 These feathery friends range from cute to awe-inspiring, and you can fold your very own at the upcoming Friday workshop led by Kevin, our Specialty Coordinator. From origamist Satoshi Kamiya, we have diagrams for the Yellow Bird, Little Bird, Lyrebird, and Phoenix. The respective difficulties of these models are advanced-intermediate… Continue reading Fly with Kamiya Birbs, Learn to Dream
Love is in the air… Our next workshop will be a special Valentine’s Day event with origami, cookies, and board games! The origami models range from easy to intermediate in difficulty. In addition, we will have raspberry and chocolate chip cookies. You may also fold a Tomoko Fuse box of intermediate difficulty to store… Continue reading Valentine’s Day Workshop
On Friday, during our normal workshop hours, we’ll be exploring methyl cellulose’s second key function in origami: wet-folding! Anna and Jingxiu will teach everyone how to fold the Quill Pen (a beginner-friendly model). We’ll provide Chiyogami paper and methyl cellulose solution. Since the model may not take the full two hours to fold, feel… Continue reading Quill Pen Workshop
This Friday, we will be folding the Wolfram Alpha model! (Please note that this workshop is extremely difficult in comparison to our previous modular workshops~) We will have 3-inch and 6-inch kami paper available for your use. Hope to see you there!
This week, the UTFOLD workshop may fuel your competitive spirit… On Friday, you may compete to fold the smallest crane possible OR learn how to fold the crane! Our president, Veean, will run the competition and teach the traditional, flapping, and/or thick crane.
Happy new year, origami enthusiasts! This week, we will be collaborating with the Students’ Alzheimer’s Alliance (SAAUT)! On Friday, January 11th, UTFOLD and SAAUT members will be folding the modular Electra model in SS1088, for the SAAUT’s upcoming gala. We hope to see you there! o(^▽^)o
This week, we are partnering up with the U of T Anime and Manga Association (UTAMA) to fold a model of their adorable mascot, UTAMA-chan! The design is loosely based off a 3D origami doll. This is our final workshop for the semester. Thanks for making it a great year! Enjoy your holiday season, and have… Continue reading UTAMA-Chan Workshop!