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Collegiate Exhibition

Postby OrigamiMagiro » June 12th, 2017, 10:44 pm

The International Collegiate Origami Association (ICOA) is accepting submissions for its annual exhibition. They have a fairly strong showing from Japanese contributors, but have had fairly limited participation from the rest of the international community.

This year, ICOA is planning to have their first showing of the exhibition in August during the 23rd Origami Tanteidan International Convention in Tokyo, Japan. Below is some information from their website.


The applicant must be a college student at present.
Application will be done in two categories:
A. The Original Models Section and
B. The Etude Section (i.e., Folding Models Created by Somebody Else).

The applicants must send the following pieces of information to by July 23rd, 2017:
  1. A.The Original Models Section
    • Name of the Applicant and Contact Address (possibly electronic)
    • Name of the college and grade (Fresher, Sophomore, Junior, Senior)
    • Title of the model
    • Size of the model
    • The way to carry in the model to the exhibition site (In person (on the day of the event), In person (in advance), Mail, Other Carrier) Please attach the photo of the model to be exhibited to your e-mail so that we can see the look of it when it is exhibited.
    • Do you want the model to be returned after the event? Yes/No
    • Paper (From an uncut square sheet (size of the sheet), modular (number of modules), composite model, others (the shape of the sheet and the size))
    • Comments (less than 30 words)
  2. The Etude Section
    In addition to the information above, the following should be specified in your e-mail.
    • The photo of the model (Must be clear enough so that we can see the whole picture of the model. The file name should be “(Your Name) + (Model)”.) The Etude Section models will go through the previous screening procedure.
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