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An Eager young folder demonstrates that concentration is key. As we look to a new millennium, educating the next generation of folders and inspiring a new age of model creators will be the legacy of OrigamiUSA'a convention and folding sessions. (Photo by Susan Dugan)

Correction: On last issue's cover, John Montroll's mouse - not Jim Cowling's $armadillo - ws perched on Wendy Weiss' nose.


  • Southestern Origami Convention 2000 by Russel Sutherland and Kathleen Meyer
  • "Rectangle to Star - A Dream Come True" A Story to Tell While Folding A Chinese Star by Brenda J. Newman
  • Folding Proportions II by Robert Lang


  • News from Members
    • Membership News
    • Origami Sighting in Education compiled by Janet Hamilton
    • Regional Group News - New Registration Form for Groups!
    • Regional Groups Listing
  • International Group News
    • "Hungary for Experience" International Origami Convention of Hungary by Tricia Tait
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Reviews
      • Golden Venture Origami; Spread Your Wings and Fly by Mary Chloe Schookcraft Saunders
    • The Origami Source
    • OUSA Committee Listing


  • Tripodricorous by Tess Perrin (New Jersey)
  • Fox by David Chan (Hong Kong)