Origami Talk - Noah Deledda: Scratched, dented and creased aluminum can

Sunday, May 24, 2020, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT

Hello everyone!

Quarantine is boring. But Let’s make it fun by talking about origami!

Each session we invite and amazing origami artist and talk with them about their personal journey, origami, creative process, quarantine time and much more!

About Noah Deledda:
Noah Deledda is an American artist known for painting, sculpture, printmaking and design with an inclination to divergent approach. His most recent acclaim being sculptures that re-contextualize the ordinary, dented aluminum can with a method that embraces the incidental gestures of disposal.

Noah Deledda creates something unique out of an ordinary object. In this session of Origami Talk we are going to talk with Noah about his unique style of art, How he patiently goes through a process of scratching, denting and creasing aluminum cans with his thumbs. Noah also gives us a real time live demonstration on how he makes his amazing artworks.

Check his works at: https://www.instagram.com/noahdeledda

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How it works:
We use the conferencing system Zoom. Please be aware that the sessions being recorded and the participants are limited to 100. We suggest you to join on your laptop as Zoom app on the mobile and tablet is bit harder to work with.
each session has 2 parts. In first half, Ali will be asking questions and for the second half we take your questions.

Learn more about the event from the registration page.


Please contact Ali Bahmani if you need a promo-code.

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