Origami is the art of folding a flat square piece of paper into a finished sculpture. It is thought to have been invented by the Chinese around 2,000 years ago after the invention of paper, and later brought to Japan by Buddhist monks. Today, Origami still forms an important part of Japanese culture and forms part of the school curriculum.
This relaxing activity can help promote mindfulness and assist with developing concentration, patience, perseverance and memory. Tutor, Paul Kielty will help you master a number of different shapes and sculptures in a five week course, starting with simple folds and progressing to more complex and intricate designs.
The five dates for this course are: Saturday March 07,14,21,28 and April 04