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Read about origamists, and see everything they have to offer...


About Us

The Virtual Origami Museum was first built in December 2017. The museum content allows you to view the biographies of origamists, hear what they have to say, see origami artworks they both designed AND folded plus view their web presence.

What Origami Is

Origami is paper folding or folding with another material to make a creation called a model. Purists do not allow cutting, gluing, coloring or other ways to add or subtract from the design, just changing the design by folding. Impure folding may be called kirikomi origami (with cutting and folding) or another type of art, if more than folding occurs.

Mission

The Origami Community is the base that brings together the general public and origamists with the museum, classroom and gift shop. The museum introduces origami as art to the public to educate viewers towards improved educational and recreational understanding. The classroom provides teachers with both a place to teach and a space to enable patrons to be able to fold and keep their own origami. The gift shop offers origami items for sale to origami enthusiasts and other patrons alike. Fold with the community!

Who's Who

President and Founder: Lisa B. Corfman
Oversee and manage museum operations.

Research Assistant: Julia Bloom
Edit museum text consulting with the team to build professional write-ups in this volunteer opportunity.

Opportunities

Exhibitor:

  • Designer submissions: to exhibit in the Origami Museum. Include your name and country, biography, artist statement (ways you contribute to the origami community), origami artwork you designed and folded, web resources (your online presence). Please submit here to be included and email pictures here.
  • Tribute submissions: memorialize an origamist no longer with us as long as loved ones agree.
  • Traditional model submissions: images of traditional models including titles, key known history, and products or projects featuring them.

Board Member

  • Consult bi-monthly in this is a volunteer opportunity.

Volunteer:

  • Help us build a museum in the way that best suits you. New types of leadership are welcome.

To submit your application for participation, please email Lisa B. Corfman here.


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