PCOC 2011 - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to be a member of OrigamiUSA in order to attend PCOC 2011?
A: Although OrigamiUSA is sponsoring the Pacific Coast Origami Conference, you do not need to be a member in order to participate in PCOC 2011. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Q: Can I register on site?
A: No. We are unable to process payments on site. Please be sure to register in advance!
Q: Can I attend the conference for free if I volunteer?
A: No. If you want to enter the Hospitality Area and attend classes, you must be a registered participant.
Q: How do I register for PCOC?
A: Registration will be available online; see the Registration Page for links to registration and information on when it opens. If you cannot register online, please contact the OrigamiUSA Home Office at admin [at] origamiusa [dot] org to request paper registration forms.
Q: When will the registration open?
A: Online registration will open on or about July 1. Please check the Registration Page for the exact date.
Q: What are the classes being offered?
A: The Pacific Coast Origami Conference will offer a selection of classes for all skill levels and interests, and a tentative class schedule will be available around September. We know that the instructors will include many well-known authors, as well as some outstanding, experienced teachers. This is also a great opportunity for new teachers to get a chance to share their favorite model to an appreciative group. A final schedule will be handed out at the conference when you arrive.
Q: What is the Model Menu?
A: Like a menu at a restaurant lists the choices you have, our menu of origami models is a display to help you see all the models being taught. It is organized by levels of difficulty and by time slot. The menu will be open for you to inspect beginning on Friday night and is available throughout the conference.