There is something meditative and joyful in folding paper.
Origami comes from the Japanese words “ori” to fold and “gami” for paper. Beginning in China and later in Japan during the 6th century, Origami blossomed as an art form.
In recent years, Origami has become increasingly popular around the world and has been applied in space science, medical therapy, medical technology, and theater to name a few. Origami has been described as the magic of creating something extraordinary out of something very ordinary.
These 2 sessions are intended to emphasize the joy of paper folding, and you have to attend both sessions on October 18 and 25.
Please join Origami artist Tomiko Ohuchi, for this creative and meditative process!
Registration or Appointment Required: This program requires a commitment to attend all sessions.
New Schedule Coming Soon!
Patients, Caregivers, Family