Spring Origami Course

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Date: 5 May 2021 – 26 May 2021
Time: 17:45 - 19:15
Location: MEAA Online
Admission: £60 Public / £48 Friends & Students

This course is designed for beginners to up the skills to intermediate level. (Maximum 12 people)

Course Overview:

Join us in this exclusive origami course designed by Tony Samuels, our resident origamist. In this four-part course, Tony will introduce you to the basic techniques and fundamental principles of origami, which will develop your confidence with folding models from diagrams and level up your origami skills. Each workshop is designed to build on the week before, and you will develop your skills as well as produce an array of fun and impressive origami models!

Session 1: Fundamental Folds (5 May)
This workshop will show you how to read the standard origami diagrams used worldwide, as well as some of the fundamental techniques and ‘base’ models which underpin so many well-loved examples of the art.

Session 2: Jumping Frogs and Cute Cats (12 May)
In this workshop, you will develop your knowledge of folding techniques, illustrated by the classic ‘jumping frog’ model and a sophisticated cat.

Session 3: Pigs and Sumo Wrestlers (19 May)

In this workshop we will consolidate the skills from previous sessions to create a pig with personality! The concept of the ‘crease pattern’ is also introduced, as we study an award-winning Sumo wrestler design from the Japanese master origamist, Hideo Komatsu.

Session 4: A Tale of Two Kitties! (26 May)
In our final workshop, we will be working with guided folds to create an elegant cat by Vietnamese designer, Hoang Tien Quyet. This intermediate model leads into some closing thoughts on how you can continue your origami practice after this course and some shared resources.

Detailed course information, material list and joining instructions will be sent after booking is completed.


Tony Samuels is a member of British Origami Society and has held several popular online origami workshops for us. His friendly and patient teaching style has been praised by our participants.

What participants said about our previous origami workshop held by Tony:

“It was a very impressive event. Tony is an expert in the field and a very good teacher. The event was well managed and everything went as planned.”

“This session gave me all the skills to go away and make Christmas cards for next year. Would really be interested in doing more of this.”


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Book on the course to receive 20% discount on our beautiful range of washi origami paper (launch on 19 May). The discount code will be sent separately after booking is completed.

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Add to your Calendar 5 May 2021 17:45 5 May 2021 19:15 Europe/London [MEAA] Spring Origami Course

This course is designed for beginners to up the skills to intermediate level. (Maximum 12 people)

Course Overview:

Join us in this exclusive origami course designed by Tony Samuels, our resident origamist. In this four-part course, Tony will introduce you to the basic techniques and fundamental principles of origami, which will develop your confidence with folding models from diagrams and level up your origami skills. Each workshop is designed to build on the week before, and you will develop your skills as well as produce an array of fun and impressive origami models!

Session 1: Fundamental Folds (5 May)
This workshop will show you how to read the standard origami diagrams used worldwide, as well as some of the fundamental techniques and ‘base’ models which underpin so many well-loved examples of the art.

Session 2: Jumping Frogs and Cute Cats (12 May)
In this workshop, you will develop your knowledge of folding techniques, illustrated by the classic ‘jumping frog’ model and a sophisticated cat.

Session 3: Pigs and Sumo Wrestlers (19 May)

In this workshop we will consolidate the skills from previous sessions to create a pig with personality! The concept of the ‘crease pattern’ is also introduced, as we study an award-winning Sumo wrestler design from the Japanese master origamist, Hideo Komatsu.

Session 4: A Tale of Two Kitties! (26 May)
In our final workshop, we will be working with guided folds to create an elegant cat by Vietnamese designer, Hoang Tien Quyet. This intermediate model leads into some closing thoughts on how you can continue your origami practice after this course and some shared resources.

Detailed course information, material list and joining instructions will be sent after booking is completed.


Tony Samuels is a member of British Origami Society and has held several popular online origami workshops for us. His friendly and patient teaching style has been praised by our participants.

What participants said about our previous origami workshop held by Tony:

“It was a very impressive event. Tony is an expert in the field and a very good teacher. The event was well managed and everything went as planned.”

“This session gave me all the skills to go away and make Christmas cards for next year. Would really be interested in doing more of this.”

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