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Convention 2019 Suggest a Class

Is there a model you've been dying to learn, but can't find, or haven't been able to fold?

Similar to the "Teach Me:" stickers we've used for years at the Convention, we've created this page to let convention-goers make suggestions for classes by leaving a comment on this page (click on the "Add a comment" link below). We can't guarantee anything, of course, but we'll be encouraging everyone interested in teaching to take a look here for inspiration.

If you want to sign up to teach, don't comment here, please go to the Teaching Classes page to sign up. If you want to see what people have already committed to teaching, see the preview pages that are linked from the Class Schedules page.

Note: you'll need to be logged into your OrigamiUSA website account to make suggestions here or see details of others' suggestions.

Questions? Contact convention-teaching [at] origamiusa.org.

Comments

Please teach David Brill's Masu Box

I've volunteered to teach this! If you've like to explore them a bit before the convention, you can find the diagrams are online here: https://vallebird.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/masu-booklet.pdf

I’d like to see a class on Laura Kruskal’s “International Origami Chorus“. I think she may have also called it “Dawn Chorus”. It may have been published in a BOS convention book - the origami database lists BOS Convention 2001 Autumn Page 19.