Posted by Kristian Hatton
23. Sep, 2012
|September 29, 2012|
The Origami Convention is here for those wishing to fold paper into exquisite sculptures.
Two days of origami ninja skills will be applied over two days by paper’s finest chefs. You can enter as a beginner or joust with the experts at this convention, as classes cruise concurrently with lessons for paper padwans, or mingle with leathery (or cardboard-y) veterans.
There’ll also be models on display, and a dinner on the Saturday night, where cats will talk real paper speak and lingo. Don’t say paper crane around those types, they’ll be all like pffffft. Go to the website for your tickets (to get the best out of the experience, two days is suggested).
Fold it, fold it, like it fits in your wallet, playa! This is part of the bevvie of delights provided by our fringe festival.
WHEN: Saturday/Sunday, 29/30 September,
WHERE: Ross House Association, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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