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Issue 72 (December 2000)

Issue Number
72
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
24 pages
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Cover

Origami for a Peaceable Kingdom - over 1,000 Dinosaurs, insects, mammals, reptiles, birds, flowers, jellyfish and more adorn the Origami Holiday Tree at The American Museum of Natural History, NYC. OrigamiUSA has presented this gift annually since 1972. (Photo by Vyda G. Liaugaudas)

Features

  • Annual Gift 2000 by Linharda Balinsky
  • Origami by Children Collection 2000 by Linharda Balinsky
  • Folding Proportions III by Robert Lang

Departments

  • From the Home-Office
    • Welcome Steve! New Office Administrator Hired
    • OrigamiUSA Election Results by Jean Baden-Gillette
  • News from Members
    • Membership News
    • Origami Sightings - Gift Giving Ideas compiled by Janet Hamilton
    • Regional Group News
    • Regional Groups Listing
    • International Groups Listing
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Reviews
      • Modular Origami Polyhedra by Lewis Simon, Bennett Arnstein, and Rona Gurkewitz
      • 100 Oriland Origami Originals, Skeletons Team, Oribana by Yuri and Katrin Shumakov
      • Origami for Everyone 2 by Ranana Benjamin and Susann Kricskovics
    • OUSA Committee Listing
    • The Origami Source
  • International Meeting of Origami, Science, Math and Education

Diagrams

  • Duck by Michele Chang (NY)
  • Coniglio (Rabbit) by P. D'Auria (Italy)

Issue 71 (October 2000)

Issue Number
71
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
24 pages
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Cover

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.

Features

  • 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

Departments

  • 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

Diagrams

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

Issue 70 (August 2000)

Issue Number
70
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
28 pages
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Cover

Wendy Weiss (MA) discovers that OrigamiUSA's Annual Convention is one big balancing act. On her nose is the $Armadillo by Jim Cowling. (Photo by Susan Dugan)

Features

  • A Look at OrigamiUSA's Convention 2000
    • "Convention Class Strategies" by Janet Hamilton
    • "OrigamiUSA Convention 2000" by Doug Philips
    • "Origami and Incarceration" by Mike Kanarek
    • "Paper Airplanes Soar to New Heights" by Jonathan Baxter
  • Folding Proportions by Robert Lang

Departments

  • News from Members
    • "Pack That Bag and Head to Carolina" by Jonathan Baxter
    • Regional Group News
    • Regional Groups Listing
  • International Group News
    • "Origami World Atlas" Moscow's First International Origami Exhibition by Nina Ostrun
    • International Groups Listing
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Reviews
      • Origamido Masterworks of Paper Folding by Michael LaFosse
      • Paper in Harmony by Marc Kirschenbaum
    • OrigmiUSA Committee Listing
    • The Origami Source
    • Calendar

Diagrams

  • Tato Star by Loes Schakel, digrams by Kees Schakel (Holland)
  • Ginomo (Gnome) by Javier Caboblanco (Spain)

Issue 69 (June 2000)

Issue Number
69
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
24 pages
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Cover

Pairs of origami animals, including 10-foot giraffes, take center stage as part of the cast of Piedmont Players Theatre's (NC) musical production of CHILDREN OF EDEN. Here, Noah and his family embark on an incredible journey - see page 8. (Photo courtesy of Piedmont Players)

Features

  • "Can I have 1,000 Cranes by Monday?" Marketing Your Origami Services by Vicky Mihara Avery
  • Same Method, New Medium by Lane Allen
  • Origami Eden by Jonathan Baxter
  • From the Other Side of the Pond by Rick Beech

Departments

  • Origami Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • News from Members
    • Membership News
    • Memorials
    • Regional Group News
    • Origami Sightings
    • Regional Groups Listing
    • International Groups Listing
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Review
      • Safari Origami by Lionel Albertino
    • OrigamiUSA Committee Listing
    • The Origami Source
    • Calendar

Diagrams

  • Dollar Bill $tar$hip by Perry Bailey

Issue 68 (April 2000)

Issue Number
68
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
24 pages
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Cover

Thomas Hull proudly displays one of his complex and colorful geometric origami formations. Mr. Hull is featured in this Science and Math issie with an article on map folding (beginning on page four) and a featured diagram on page nine. (Photo by Michael Salerno)

Features

  • In Search of a Practical Map Fold by Thomas Hull
  • Folding Skeletons by Erik D. Demaine and Martin L. Demaine

Departments

  • News from Members
    • Membership News
    • Report from the Pacific Coast Origami Conference
    • Origami Sightings
  • International Group News
    • Singapore and Hungary
  • Origami Crossword Puzzle
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Review
      • Bringing Origami to Life by John Montroll
    • Calendar
    • The Origami Source
    • OrigamiUSA Committee Listing
    • OrigamiUSA Convention Update

Diagrams

  • A Method To His Mathematics by Thomas Hull
  • The Super Cootie Catcher! by Thomas Hull
  • Tato Flower by Loes Schakel

Issue 67 (Februrary 2000)

Issue Number
67
Issue Year
2000
Page Information
24 pages
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Mailed

Cover

Michael LaFosse practices the art and craft of papermaking. This teacher, folder and owner of Origamido Studio is profiled, beginning on page four. (Photo by Richard Alexander)

Features

  • Profile: Michael LaFosse
    • Origami: Art or Craft? by Jan Polish
  • The Celestial Fine Art of Origami by Jonathan Baxter

Departments

  • From the Home-Office
  • In Memorium - Remembering Paul Kreuger
  • News from Members
    • Parle-Lei Origami? by Tricia Tait
    • Origami Sightings
    • Membership News
    • Affiliate Group News
  • International Group News
  • The Bulletin Board
    • Book Reviews
      • Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami by Betsy Franco
    • Solution to Crossword Puzzle - Issue 66
    • The Origami Source
    • OUSA Committee Listing
    • Calendar

Diagrams

  • My Heart Springeth with Joy by Laura Kruskal
  • Photocube by P. D'Auria