To do at home! Complete at your own pace at times that suit you...
Origami is ‘the art of folding paper’ which is widely enjoyed in Japan and elsewhere in the world. You will learn various origami techniques and change a piece of paper into something beautiful. It is a lovely way to relax and enjoy your creativity. All of the classes are for adults and suitable for beginners.
What you need:
Paper (single and double sided origami paper - usually 15 cm x 15 cm, 70-80 gsm) - if you don’t have origami paper, various coloured/patterned paper can be cut into squares (approx. 15cm x 15cm).
Cards (white or coloured – A4/A5), scissors, glue (glue stick/PVA glue), pens/coloured pencils, thread, needle, beads/small buttons/blue tack and string.
See also – class access information below.
Tutor: Sachiko Mason
Sachiko is Japanese and has a passion for Japanese arts and crafts, such as Shodo (Calligraphy) and Origami (paper folding) and has shown her Japanese artwork in several exhibitions. She enjoys introducing people to the beauty of Japanese art and so holds both Japanese Calligraphy and Origami workshops to members of the public. She tries to introduce some Japanese language and culture into the workshops too.
Tickets: £24 for four sessions
Book your space for the Online: Origami Workshop with Hampshire Cultural Trust's West End Centre, Aldershot now!
Class access information
This class is delivered using pre-recorded video content that is available to you on demand, at a time that suits you. You will have access to these resources from the week of 20 July 2020. If you are booking prior to the week of 20 July you will be notified via email when this content is available. If you are booking after the week of 20 July you will have access to this content straight away.
This class is designed to be progressive, with each videos following on from the last, helping to build your experience over the course of the class. There are four videos in total, each running for approximately 20 mins each.
To access your class content you will need a device with an internet connection and speakers – a computer, laptop, phone or tablet should do the job. The content will be hosted on a private webpage. We will email you a link to the webpage to give you access, so please make sure your email address is correct at time of booking. An optional private Facebook group has also been set up for participants in this class to give you somewhere to talk to each other and share your work. Details of this group will also be sent to you via email.
If you have any issues accessing your class our team is on standby to help. Simply email us at West.End.Centre@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk if you need help.