Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into recognizable or functional form.
The goal is to transform paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques.
Various basic origami folds can be combined in a variety of ways to make intricate design.
A form of communication without language, Origami is a creative art and also a therapy.
A way to relax, to have fun, to let the day’s tension melt away alongside enhancing skills in a creative way.
It engenders a patience that creates pride in one’s work, the ability to focus energy, and increases self-esteem.
All you need is your hands, a piece of paper, and a flat surface to fold on.
Facilitator : Himanshu Sharma
Himanshu has been doing Origami for last 16 years. He has worked for various brands and magazines like Fortune, The Man and more.
He has also created short films in Origami and designed paper dresses for commercials.
He has worked in a production house as an origami stop motion animator, put up his exhibition with origami Oritai (origami club) at Japan Foundation and worked with NDTV for designing their show “Gali gali sim sim”.
He has also designed for prominent figures like the Jindals and designed origami windows for malls in Delhi and Bombay and also worked with hotels like Leela Palace and designed stage shows.
Date & Timings : 30th September, (9:45 am to 1:00 pm)
3 Student/Artist/Need-based Partial scholarships are available.
Phone: +91 9311131096
Love and Light,
Zorba The Buddha Team
No. 7, Tropical Drive, Mehrauli – Gurgaon Road,
Ghitorni, New Delhi – 110030, India