We are truly sorry to hear of that Hubert Freudenberger has passed away aged 67. A regular at Didactics conferences with his paper shop, he recently made generous donations to Ukrainian folders. Our sympathy goes to his family. On Monday 22nd May 2023 at 7pm (CEST) we will meet online to pay homage our friend […]
After the pause caused by the years of pandemic, the A·Plec Conference on Folding Didactics for Teachers and Educators will recommence start with their sixth conference on November 24-26 2023 at the Escola Betúlia in Badalona, Catalonia. More information and inscriptions here: https://foldingdidactics.com/aplec-2023/” Després de la pausa forçada pels tres anys de pandèmia, les Jornades […]
The Crafts Council Nederland organized the second Crafts Campus in Wilhelminaoord (Holland) during the 12th – 17th July 2017 for fashion and design students, professionals, folders and anyone who wants to develop their skills. In this short, intensive course received a lot of knowledge of Chinese traditional techniques and new applications like by the Miao […]
or, Integrating Origami in Lesson planning Our children love origami, and as school librarian in South Africa, I foster that love wherever possible. In addition to our afternoon Origami Club, with the help of my colleagues, I integrate origami into regular lessons. Recently our grade 4s have been studying the topic of Food Chains in […]
A simple spinner designed by Nick Robinson
I gave this class twice in Buenos Aires last year. One was in November 2015, at Origamiteca, a small and delightful shop with a workshop attached and the second one in December 2015 in Daiwa, a Japanese center. Eleven people attended the course at Origamiteca and 18 at Daiwa. It is an amazing number of […]
Fransesco Mancini designed an origami version of this simple yet effective model and taught it in a school. Nick Robinson adapted it to “A” rectangles and also taught it in school. More details on wikipedia
Read the amazing story of Erwin Hapke, who lived alone for 40 years and created thousands of folded models from paper and metal. He arranged them in his house in Unna, Germany as in a museum. Only now, after his death, his art has been discovered. Thanks to Coral Romà for sharing this story.