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Issue 96 (November 2007)

Issue Number
96
Issue Year
2007
Page Information
32 pages
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Cover

Kitt and Mary with their four children, members of Deb Pun Discoe's origami group, "Aloha Origami!", at one of their folding meetings at the Thelma Parker Memorial Public Library in Kamuela, Hawai'i. Photo credit: Deb Pun Discoe

Features

  • Keeping America Folding: How Local Groups Keep Origami Thriving
    • Local Area Origami Groups Listing
  • OrigamiUSA Exhibits at National Arts Club
  • The Paper Transformed Exhibit by Boaz Shuval (CA)

Departments

  • From the Home-Office
    • Memoriam: Remembering Toyoaki Kawai
    • Holiday Tree/Annual Gift News
    • OrigamiUSA Commitee Listing
  • From our Members
    • Origami Embellishes a Colorado Wedding by Tina Weintraub (NY)
  • Sightings
  • Tips & Techniques by Gay Merrill Gross (NY)
  • Book Reviews:
    • Imaginando en Papel by Manuel Sirgo
    • Minigami: Mini Origami Projects for Cards, Gifts and Decorations by Gay Merrill Gross
    • New Kusudama by Tomoko Fuse
    • The Saturdy Afternoon Public Library Origami Club Manual by Bennett Arnstein
  • News from The Source
  • 2006 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • Three Dollar Flower Opus 488 by Robert J. Lang (CA)
  • Pureland Bird by Seth Friedman
  • Saguaro by Michele Chang (NJ)
  • Chess Board by Gareth Louis (Australia)

Issue 95 (April 2007)

Issue Number
95
Issue Year
2007
Page Information
64 pages
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Cover

Yoshihide Momotani’s adorable Koala models on OrigamiUSA’s holiday tree in the American Museum of Natural History, folded by Kyoko Kondo. For more photos of the tree see page 18. The diagram for folding the Koala model begins on page 34. Photo credit: Tony Cheng.

Features

  • Origami-Math Meets Higher Education by Thomas Hull (MA)
  • Origami on the Inside by Marilyn Lewis (FL)
  • Notes from 4OSME by Robert Lang (CA)
  • 2006 Holiday Tree: Origami Safari!
    • 2006 Annual Gift Contributors
  • Rediscovering America by Roberto Gretter
    • An Interview with Roberto Gretter
    • An Interview with Paolo Bascetta
  • Storigami: “The Gift” by Shrikant Iyer (NY)
  • Master Yoshizawa’s World by Tony Cheng (NY)
  • A Guest in Nagoya by Jan Polish (NY)

Departments

  • From the Home-Office

    • Website Update: RSS Feed Available
    • OrigamiUSA Welcomes a New Administrator
    • In Memoriam: Martin David Kruskal
  • From Our Members
    • Crane Clouds by Marilyn Hall (OR)
    • Origami in Romania by Rachel Katz (NY)
    • Teaching Crowds at the Morikami Museum by Judy Hall (FL)
  • Sightings Compiled by Janet Hamilton (NJ)
  • Crease Pattern Corner by Robert J. Lang (CA) and Jason Ku (MA)
  • Tips & Techniques by Gay Merrill Gross (NY)
  • Book Reviews: Project Origami by Thomas Hull
  • News from The Source
  • 2007 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • Fleximasu by Paolo Bascetta (Italy)
  • Tetramasu by Paolo Bascetta (Italy)
  • Star Flower by Roberto Gretter (Italy)
  • Genève Vase by Roberto Gretter (Italy)
  • Pram by Roberto Gretter (Italy)
  • Koala by Yoshihide Momotani (Japan)
  • Pigeon by Seth Friedman (NY)
  • Modular by Paolo Bascetta (Italy)
  • Bag by Paolo Bascetta (Italy)
  • Bunny by Marc Kirschenbaum (NY)

Issue 94 (February 2007)

Issue Number
94
Issue Year
2007
Page Information
64 pages
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Mailed

Cover

Tony Cheng (NY) concentrates on attaching his miniature models of Neal Elias's Last Waltz to a mobile at one of the Monday classes during the convention. Tony taught this classic model the day before. Photos: Susan Dugan.

Features

  • Convention 2006
  • Cooper and Yamauchi Win 2006 Awards by Rachel Katz
  • Cheng Honored as Top Volunteer by Jean Baden-Gillette
  • Convention Photo Essay Photographs by Susan Dugan and Elsa Chen
  • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting
  • Annual Financial Statement
  • Origami Jeopardy!
  • The Artists' Trading Cards Exchange by Boaz Shuval
  • A Visit with Shuzo Fujimoto by Robert J. Lang
  • Robert J. Lang's Visit with Shuzo Fujimoto by Seiji Nishikawa
  • To Dream the Impossible Diagram by Rob Hudson
  • Origami Makeover by Jan Polish
  • 2006 Origami by Children Winners

Departments

  • Crease Pattern Corner by Robert J. Lang and Jason Ku
  • Tips & Techniques by Gay Merrill Gross
  • Book Reviews: Jewish Holiday Origami by Joel Stern, reviewed by Dorothy Engleman (CA)
  • Lending Library News
  • Sightings
  • News from The Source
  • 2007 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • Crowding Butterflies by Shuzo Fujimoto (Japan)
  • Dodecacalendar by Tomoko Fuse (Japan)/Sara Giarrusso (Italy)
  • Ships Passing in the Night by Herman Van Goubergen (Belgium)
  • Cat by Gilad Aharoni (Israel/MA)
  • Transforming Heart by Wensdy Whitehead (MA)
  • Star by Loes Schakel (Netherlands)
  • Dish by Loes Schakel (Netherlands)
  • Angelfish by Stephan Ansons (France)
  • Mennorode Star by Carmen Sprung (Germany)/Sara Giarrusso (Italy)
  • Pyramid (Espositore) by Pasquale D’Auria (Italy)
  • Puppy by Milada Blahova (Czech Republic)