OrigamiUSA New York Convention 2003

Who: …lots of people

From: …all over…

Why: If you still haven’t been to the NY convention, you should plan on going some year. There’s nothing quite like many hundreds of people all spending three crazy days folding, folding, and more folding…

My (fairly random) collection of photos, including some exhibition photos, random shots of people, the classes I taught (Twistar 90 by Miyuki Kawamura and Blackmoor Goldfish by Ronald Koh) and some origami folded out of sushi wrapper seaweed (nori) by none other than Robert Lang are a Flickr set, here:

OrigamiUSA NY 2003:OrigamiUSA New York 2003: Hamming for the cameraOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Tom HullOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Jeannine MoselyOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Gus BlackOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Mette Pederson
OrigamiUSA NY 2003: Twistar 90 classOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Twistar 90 classOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Twistar 90 classOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Steve BuckOrigamiUSA NY 2003: People - Jonathan BaxterOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Robert Lang
OrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Robert LangOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Joan SonOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Joe SpearOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Wensdy WhiteheadOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Won ParkOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Janneke Wielinga
OrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Janneke WielingaOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Gay Merrill GrossOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Gay Merrill GrossOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Gay Merrill GrossOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Makoto YamaguchiOrigamiUSA NY 2003: Exhibition - Kunihiko Kasahara

2003 OrigamiUSA New York, a set on Flickr.

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