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Issue 99 (October 2008)

Issue Number
99
Issue Year
2008
Page Information
32 pages
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Mailed

Cover

Nippon Origami Association's gift of an origami wedding gown, made of the finest Japanese paper, folded by Ms. Yoshiko Sakamoto (Japan) and modeled by Takako Oniki (Japan) (left), and Susumu Nakajima (Japan) (right), father of the artist. Photo credit: Susan Dugan

Features

  • From the OrigamiUSA Convention
    • Duck-less in New York: Adventures of a First-Timer from Britain by Dave Venables (UK)
    • Nicolas Terry on a Mission by Daniel Scher (NY)
    • Max Hulme's Madonna and Guinea Pig by Carole Ver Eecke (NY)
    • Ready! Set! Fold! Diary of a 2008 Convention Attendee by Andrew Hans (NY)
    • 2008 Awards by Rachel Katz (NY)
    • Sharing Origami as Our Goal by Judy Hall (FL)
  • In Memoriam: Saburo Kase
    • Obituary: Saburo Kase (1926-2008) by Makoto Yamaguchi from Origami Tanteidan Magazine, #109, May 2008, translated by Marcio Noguchi (NY)

Departments

  • From the Editor
    • OrigamiUSA Convention 2008; NOA President at Convention Dinner: Readers' Comments
    • Origami Hits the Stage by Delrosa Marshall (NY)
  • From the Home-Office
    • Minutes of the Annual Meeting by Rachel Langley (NY)
    • Financial Report
    • Origami By Children 2008 Winners
  • From Our Members
    • Origami Is In Creasing Over the Internet by Michael Sanders (CA)
    • Origami Versus the Long Commute by Steve Terr (NY)
    • Book Reviews by Daniel Scher (NY) and Ros Joyce (NY)
    • News from The Source
    • 2008 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • 50th Anniversary Sailboat Crown by Laura Kruskal (NJ)
  • Sailor's Hat (USA) by Max Hulme (UK)
  • Phoenix ver 2 by Max Hulme (UK)

Issue 98 (June 2008)

Issue Number
98
Issue Year
2008
Page Information
32 pages
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Mailed

Cover

OrigamiUSA’s holiday tree at the American Museum of Natural History. This year’s theme was Fantastic Creatures: Mythic and Real. Photo: Rodderick Mickens, AMNH photographer.

Features

  • An OrigamiUSA Holiday Tradition
    • Enter the Dragon!
    • Volunteers for OrigamiUSA Holiday Tree and Annual Gift
  • Origami Now! The Peabody Essex Museum by Elsa Chen (MA)
  • Why an Origami Holiday Tree? by Bess Detmold (MA)
  • Reports from PCOC/Vancouver 2007
    • Special, Unique, Successful, and Fun by Kay Eng (NY)
    • Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, Canada by Nigel Pottle (Canada)
    • Folding and Fun with the Experts by Seth Friedman (NY)
  • Folding Australia 2 by Jonathan Baxter (New Zealand)
  • Colombian Origami Convention, Cali, Colombia by José Tomas Buitrago (Columbia)

In Memoriam: V’Ann Cornelius, 1942–2008

  • A Born Organizer by David Lister (United Kingdom)
  • A Tireless Booster by Florence Temko (CA)
  • Remembrances: Ken Fan (MA), Doug Philips (PA), Vanessa Gould (NY), Bernice Smith (NY), Robert Lang (CA), Karen Houston (CA)

Departments

  • From the Home-Office
    • From the Editor; What’s New; OrigamiUSA Convention 2008
  • Book Reviews by Ros Joyce (NY):
    • Animated Origami Faces by Joel Stern
    • Crear y Jugar con Papiroflexia Dinosaurios by Fernando Gilgado Gomez
  • Tips and Techniques by Gay Merrill Gross (NY)
  • New Books Added to the Lending Library by deg farrelly (AZ)
    • ORU Magazines by Deb Pun Discoe (HI)
  • News from The Source
  • 2008 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • The Gryphon by Joel Stern (CA)
  • Two-Step Bird by Lily Silva (NY)
  • Sunglass Rest by V’Ann Cornelius
  • Butterly V’Ann by Michael G. LaFosse (MA)

Issue 97 (March 2008)

Issue Number
97
Issue Year
2008
Page Information
64 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Doris Asano (AZ) at the 2007 OrigamiUSA Convention in New York City. Photo by Susan Dugan.

Features

  • Origami Heaven in 2007 by Rachel Katz (NY) and Shrikant Iyer (NY)
  • Folding Robert Lang! by Jan Polish (NY)
  • From the OrigamiUSA Convention
    • OrigamiUSA’s Awards for 2007 by Rachel Katz (NY)
    • The Magic of My First Convention by Rachel Langley (NY)
    • My New York Adventure by Jennifer Gerring (TX)
    • Welcome to New York by Anne LaVin (NH)
    • Life is Beautiful (But Tough to Transport) by Rachel Katz (NY)

Departments

  • From the Home-Office
    • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting by Rachel Langley (NY)
    • Financial Report
    • Origami By Children 2007 Winners
    • From the Editor; In Memoriam
  • From Our Members
    • My Book Writing Experience by Meenakshi Mukerji (CA)
  • Book Reviews
    • Floral Origami Globesby Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Maria Velazquez (NY)
    • Papercopiaby David Shall, reviewed by Marcio Noguchi (NY)
    • Marvelous Modular Origamiby Meenakshi Mukerji, reviewed by Anne LaVin (NH)
  • Sightings
  • Tips & Techniques by Gay Merrill Gross (NY)
  • News from The Source
  • 2008 Global Events Calendar

Diagrams

  • 3-D Picture Frame by Alice Gray
  • Tato – Flower by Loes Schakel (The Netherlands)
  • Long-Necked Seed Bug by Derek McGann (TX)
  • Good Morning Sunshine by Gareth Louis (Australia)
  • Mascára by José Angel Iranzo
  • Sea Horse by Jim Adams (NY)
  • Auto Scatola (Car Box) by P. D’Auria (Italy)