What You'll Do
The ancient Japanese art of origami doesn't require many tools, but the works that are born from this art are far from simple, with masters creating such dazzlingly intricate shapes such as crabs and octopuses. Folding expert Frank Ling leads all-ages seminars that shed light on origami's history, before showing you the basic folds and concepts that underlie each finished creation. After learning the basics, Frank will walk you through the folds of a beautiful flower, and you'll make a bouquet of paper blooms to take home.
Absorb the Fundamentals of Origami
Origami expert Frank Ling walks you though the history and fundamental folds of the ancient art
Make Your Own Bouquet
Frank leads you through the steps to make a beautiful paper-flower bouquet to take home
Each event is capped at 20 participants; each event requires a minimum of 4 participants in order to take place.
Origami Expert, Teacher
When he was little, Frank Ling watched his grandfather transform a flat, lifeless sheet of paper into a buoyant frog, thus sparking a lifelong passion for origami. Now, Frank boasts 15 years of intensive folding experience and shares his knowledge as an instructor at Taro's Origami Studio.
Where You'll Meet
As clean and geometric as its namesake art, Taro's Origami Studio caters to paper-folding devotees with high-quality materials and a serene shelter in which to practice. Light wooden floors and walls lie beneath elegant minimalistic tables and chairs, and the odd paper bird or chandelier lends the bright space a touch of creative whimsy.
Taro's Origami Studio
95 7th Avenue
New York, NY 11215Get Directions