Cary Lecture Series: ORIGAMI – Not Just for Children!
Saturday, May 148:00—9:00 PMCary Hall1605 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA, 02420
This program is hosted by and in partnership with the Cary Lecture Series.
Origami artists Michael LaFosse and Richard Alexander co-founded Origamido Studio in 1996. They have worked together creatively for over thirty years, and origami is their full-time job. Unique in the origami world, they make custom, handmade papers for each new creation and for other origami masters. LaFosse and Alexander’s works have been exhibited at the Carrousel du Louvre, the Peabody Essex Museum, and at museums in Hawai’i, Taiwan, Japan, and Austria. They were featured in the Peabody-Award-winning, PBS documentary, “Between the Folds,” by Vanessa Gould. Their works are on a traveling exhibition, “Origami in the Garden,” with sculptor Kevin Box. Join these artists for a fun, hands-on evening of learning about this fascinating art. Fun for the whole family, paper will be supplied.
Cary Lectures are free to all, and tickets are not required. The Cary Lecture Series is normally able to accommodate all who wish to attend. In the very rare case where there may not be sufficient seats, preference will be given to Lexington residents. Come early for the best seat!
This event will take place in person at Cary Hall at 1605 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, MA 02420.
No Registration Required