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  • Judy Perez
    My 13 year old son Ty is a serious origami folder and he is in an exhibit that will open at the end of this week at Columbia College. He was also interviewed
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 22, 2007
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      My 13 year old son Ty is a serious origami folder and he is in an exhibit that will open at
      the end of this week at Columbia College. He was also interviewed by an NPR reporter last
      week about the exhibit. I think that will air friday morning at 8:45 and next sunday. Here
      is the press release.

      IT'S ALL IN THE FOLD:
      MORE THAN JUST ORIGAMI
      Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
      July 28 – August 25, 2007


      Chicago, IL – Can you imagine a traditional origami crane folded by a 13-year old to the
      size of a flea in perfect form? Or a mathematician turned origami folder who is regularly
      hired by the medical industry to fold something so small that it can fit into a shunt and
      expand in a human vein? It's All In the Fold is an exhibition that takes a world look at the
      way paper transforms itself when folded. More than an amusement, origami today also
      teaches mathematics and geometry. It's more than just cranes and snowflakes. Try
      tessellations or tetrahedrons, dodecahedrons and other polygons. Origamic furniture,
      folded paper lamps, airplanes and a few naughty folds are all on the horizon.
      Chicago and international paper folding artists and teachers will amaze you with the
      dexterity of their folds. It's All in the Fold has attracted some of the world's most
      celebrated folders.

      Among the Participating Artists and Folders:
      Ingo Maurer
      Peter Webber
      Yuko Nishimura
      Robert Lang
      Venessa Gould – of Green Fuse Films
      Ty Perez
      Bradford Hansen Smith
      POPVase
      Jennifer Diaz
      Frederick Bryant
      Ann Hansen
      Christine Edison
      Museum of Sex
      James Dieter
      Joshua Koppel
      Michael LaFosse


      WHEN: Exhibition runs July 28 – August 25, 2007
      OPENING: July 27, 5:30pm-7:30pm
      WHERE: Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
      1104 S. Wabash Avenue, 2nd floor
      COST: Free and Open to the Public.
      GALLERY HOURS: 10am - 6pm Monday thru Saturday
    • Concetta Phillipps
      Ooh! Thanks for posting that - I love papercrafts. I ll have to go next weekend and see if I can catch the NPR report. Concetta Judy Perez
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 22, 2007
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        Ooh! Thanks for posting that - I love papercrafts.
         
        I'll have to go next weekend and see if I can catch the NPR report.
         
        Concetta

        Judy Perez <judy.perez@...> wrote:
        My 13 year old son Ty is a serious origami folder and he is in an exhibit that will open at
        the end of this week at Columbia College. He was also interviewed by an NPR reporter last
        week about the exhibit. I think that will air friday morning at 8:45 and next sunday. Here
        is the press release.

        IT'S ALL IN THE FOLD:
        MORE THAN JUST ORIGAMI
        Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
        July 28 – August 25, 2007

        Chicago, IL – Can you imagine a traditional origami crane folded by a 13-year old to the
        size of a flea in perfect form? Or a mathematician turned origami folder who is regularly
        hired by the medical industry to fold something so small that it can fit into a shunt and
        expand in a human vein? It's All In the Fold is an exhibition that takes a world look at the
        way paper transforms itself when folded. More than an amusement, origami today also
        teaches mathematics and geometry. It's more than just cranes and snowflakes. Try
        tessellations or tetrahedrons, dodecahedrons and other polygons. Origamic furniture,
        folded paper lamps, airplanes and a few naughty folds are all on the horizon.
        Chicago and international paper folding artists and teachers will amaze you with the
        dexterity of their folds. It's All in the Fold has attracted some of the world's most
        celebrated folders.

        Among the Participating Artists and Folders:
        Ingo Maurer
        Peter Webber
        Yuko Nishimura
        Robert Lang
        Venessa Gould – of Green Fuse Films
        Ty Perez
        Bradford Hansen Smith
        POPVase
        Jennifer Diaz
        Frederick Bryant
        Ann Hansen
        Christine Edison
        Museum of Sex
        James Dieter
        Joshua Koppel
        Michael LaFosse

        WHEN: Exhibition runs July 28 – August 25, 2007
        OPENING: July 27, 5:30pm-7:30pm
        WHERE: Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
        1104 S. Wabash Avenue, 2nd floor
        COST: Free and Open to the Public.
        GALLERY HOURS: 10am - 6pm Monday thru Saturday



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      • P A
        HI Judy Good for him! He does great work! Both your Kids are very creative. I went to Colombia College. Great school for all kinds of creativity. I will
        Message 3 of 3 , Jul 23, 2007
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          HI Judy
           
          Good for him!  He does great work!  Both your Kids are very creative.  I went to Colombia College.  Great school for all kinds of creativity.  I will definitely try to go check it out.  thanks for letting us know about it. 
           
          Peggy

          Judy Perez <judy.perez@...> wrote:
          My 13 year old son Ty is a serious origami folder and he is in an exhibit that will open at
          the end of this week at Columbia College. He was also interviewed by an NPR reporter last
          week about the exhibit. I think that will air friday morning at 8:45 and next sunday. Here
          is the press release.

          IT'S ALL IN THE FOLD:
          MORE THAN JUST ORIGAMI
          Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
          July 28 – August 25, 2007

          Chicago, IL – Can you imagine a traditional origami crane folded by a 13-year old to the
          size of a flea in perfect form? Or a mathematician turned origami folder who is regularly
          hired by the medical industry to fold something so small that it can fit into a shunt and
          expand in a human vein? It's All In the Fold is an exhibition that takes a world look at the
          way paper transforms itself when folded. More than an amusement, origami today also
          teaches mathematics and geometry. It's more than just cranes and snowflakes. Try
          tessellations or tetrahedrons, dodecahedrons and other polygons. Origamic furniture,
          folded paper lamps, airplanes and a few naughty folds are all on the horizon.
          Chicago and international paper folding artists and teachers will amaze you with the
          dexterity of their folds. It's All in the Fold has attracted some of the world's most
          celebrated folders.

          Among the Participating Artists and Folders:
          Ingo Maurer
          Peter Webber
          Yuko Nishimura
          Robert Lang
          Venessa Gould – of Green Fuse Films
          Ty Perez
          Bradford Hansen Smith
          POPVase
          Jennifer Diaz
          Frederick Bryant
          Ann Hansen
          Christine Edison
          Museum of Sex
          James Dieter
          Joshua Koppel
          Michael LaFosse

          WHEN: Exhibition runs July 28 – August 25, 2007
          OPENING: July 27, 5:30pm-7:30pm
          WHERE: Columbia College Chicago's Center for Book & Paper Arts
          1104 S. Wabash Avenue, 2nd floor
          COST: Free and Open to the Public.
          GALLERY HOURS: 10am - 6pm Monday thru Saturday



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