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ETABIND,Quartier Dix30

Whether for a school, a festival, a cultural center, a community organization or team building, each project is thought out, created and evaluated according to the needs of your customers.

Here are some examples of workshops...

 

Japanese Crane Origami Workshop

Target audience: For all, events, festivals

Learning to fold Japanese cranes

Duration of the workshop: 60 min

Japanese Crane Origami Mobile Workshop

Target audience: teenagers and adults

Mobile on wooden support, origami Japanese crane in suspensionnot

Duration of the workshop:  120 min

Origami workshop 60 cm suspension

Target audience: young,   teenager, adult

Aerial creation of origami (Japanese crane) of 60 cm (white paper)

Learning how to fold on a 15 cm x 15 cm paper beforehand 

Duration of the workshop 60 min

Atelier  drawing on origami paper 60 cm, in suspension 

Target audience: parents/children,  adolescent, adult

Aerial creation of origami (Japanese crane) of 60 cm

Paper drawn by the participants, before being folded.

Learning how to fold on a 15 cm x 15 cm paper beforehand 

Duration of the workshop 120 min 

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Ancestral and therapeutic art par excellence,

the benefits of origami are numerous and

bornwill cease  to amaze us!

Did you know that... ?
 

  • Regular practice of origami helps increase memory, especially in people with Alzheimer's. 
     
  • Origami help to coordinate eye and hand movements  (Parkinson),
     
  • It acts favorably against insomnia, anxiety and depression.
     
  • It will help  people with ADHD, autism orMental retardation.

For all the good reasons that the art of folding is accessible to everyone!
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WORKSHOP,UP HERE Festival, Sudbury, Ontario


Learn origami.
The Japanese Crane

TUTORIAL

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