Hands-on Presentations "Foldeas: Sharing Ideas Through Origami"

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Gerardo
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Re: Hands-on Presentations "Foldeas: Sharing Ideas Through Origami"

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Michael Assis (Brazil/USA/Australia), the guest speaker of the next Foldeas session, titled the up-coming presentation Origami Design Via Grafting Techniques. It'll be on August 21, 21:00 - 23:00 (New York) / Sunday, August 22, 2:00 - 4:00 am (London) / 6:30 - 8:30 am (New Delhi). That's in one week!

Whether you plan to attend or not, I appreciate it if you share and repost the session's poster on your social media platforms and groups, asking others to also share and repost it. Thank you in advance and see you at the session!

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Before you register, read the details and requisites on the poster. Register before Friday the 20th at https://forms.gle/EwsDtt5T7k1ZDRi57



The following are some images from Madonna Yoder's session: Common Elements in Tessellation Crease Patterns. If you missed that one, don't miss this one!

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This is her model Illuminati:

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And this is Celtic Weave, which she derived from Celtic Circle by Robin Scholz:

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Re: Hands-on Presentations "Foldeas: Sharing Ideas Through Origami"

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I, Gerardo G., (Colombia), the "guest speaker" of the next Foldeas session, titled the up-coming presentation Of Boxes and Envelopes: Origami & Industrial Packaging Design. It'll be on September 18, 10:00 - 12:00 (New York) / 15:00 - 17:00 (London) / 19:30 - 21:30 (New Delhi).

Whether you plan to attend or not, I appreciate it if you share and repost the session's poster on your social media platforms and groups, asking others to also share and repost it. Thank you in advance and see you at the session!

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Before you register, read the details and requisites on the poster. Register at https://forms.gle/FCN94nJqZQnqEYvy8



The following are some images from Michael Assis's session: Origami Design via Grafting Techniques. If you missed that one, don't miss this one!

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