The Origami Society of Toronto wishes everyone a joyful holiday season, potentially filled with much festive folding!
If you were unable to attend our Year-End Party and are looking to extend your membership, are thinking of joining us in the new year, or give the gift of an OST membership, now’s the perfect time! Pre-pay before December 31, 2014 to receive a personalised membership card for renewing ahead of the new year. Just drop us a line (attn: Margaret) with your name (and your recipient’s name if it’s for someone else) and your preferred method of payment. We accept cheques, e-transfers and cash (drop-off available on request).
Having advance notice helps us tremendously in planning and handling special requests. Of course, you’re still welcome to join or renew anytime of the year, but we only issue custom cards once annually.
Thanks for your support and see you next year!
We’ll be at the Royal Ontario Museum this coming Sunday, December 7, 2014 (10 am – 2 pm) at their annual Christmas Party. Come on down and we’ll show you how to make some ornaments for your Christmas tree!
We will be at the Toronto Mini Maker Faire this weekend from November 22-23 at the Toronto Reference Library. Come in to see a display of origami folded by our members, and help build a modular mini origami city out of business card building blocks as part of our interactive workshop activity!
Saturday, Nov 22: 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday, Nov 23: 10 am – 5 pm
UPDATE: This workshop is now full. Any further registrations for this workshop will be placed on a waiting list, to be notified if there is space available in either the current or another future related workshop. Thanks for your interest!
We are happy to announce a new Box Workshop, now open for registration! Come and learn to how to make a variety of boxes. Handy for regular storage, great for gifts.
Date: Saturday, November 29, 2014, 2-4 pm
Location: Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Boulevard (1 block north of Yonge & Eglinton)
Instructor: Margaret Tsui
Admission: Free – Register here
The Japan Foundation Toronto is currently hosting an exhibit entitled Japanese Design Today 100, featuring 100 designs from a range of everyday products. One of the highlights includes a neat collapsible origami dress by Issey Miyake + Reality Lab:
Miyake Dress (2010). Photo credits: Jessica Mann
Miyake Dress (collapsed form). Photo credits: Jessica Mann
Also on display is an origami light fitting, In-Ei Issey Miyake “Mogura” (catalogue item #22). Be sure to drop in and take a look if you’re in the area. The exhibit runs from August 6 – October 30, 2014.
More info: Japan Foundation Toronto