ORIGAMI - BEGINNERS + INTERMEDIATE LEVELS
1.5 hours class
Available for private parties
We can customise to your duration and theme
HERE ARE JUST SOME OF THE OPTIONS YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM, LET US KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN ANYTHING ELSE.
Choose from corner bookmark, crane, spinner, box with lid, butterfly, parrot, flowers, unicorn, dragons.
Classes are 1 teacher : 6 students. Max 12 students. Private class bookings available.
1.5 HOURS | $30pp
BEGINNERS will learn the basic folds with super fun beginner patterns.
INTERMEDIATE will learn more complex folds.
Or, gather 5 friends and request a private class (for kids, teens or adults), corporate bookings welcomed,email email@example.com
Have fun learning how to origami! It's fun and therapeutic. Origami teaches concentration and determination. Beginners classes are suitable for ages 7+, while generally, intermediate classes are for those who already have experience in basic origami folds no matter what age.
All materials supplied, just bring yourself and your imagination!!
Minimum of 5 students is needed to run a class, so bring your friends!
Check this page regularly for future class dates.
ABOUT YOUR TEACHERS
CONNIE TRINH | STUDIO SUBI
The face behind Studio Subi, Connie is a lover and ambassador of all things handmade.
"Craft has always been my creative outlet, my happy moments, I could spend hours with, even preferred over sleep. I’ve always wished for a dedicated space where I could leave out all my supplies at the ready, but the spaces so far have been small and almost always needed to be packed away for practicality. Recently, an opportunity for space came up and I jumped for it!"
And so Studio Subi was born! A creative space for all to use and there’ll be workshops/classes by amazing creative teachers. Such as art, sewing, photography, jewellery, design, and more!
My favourite origami to create is the classic crane, I've made over 1000! Once I made 200 to raise money for Cancer Council of WA.
YUMI BARKER | THERAPEUTIC, MINDFULNESS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ART INSTRUCTOR
Born and brought up in Tokyo, Japan, Yumi began work in the cosmetics industry as a professional makeup artist and visual transformation coach for models.
Finding love with a British/Australian, they wed and together had an adventurous 20 years, living across the world in 8 countries! No matter where she went, Yumi carried along her passion for the art and shared her skills through teaching. She taught both traditional and therapeutic Japanese and non-Japanese arts & crafts during this time.
Yumi and her husband returned to Perth 3 years ago. Yumi continued her arts teaching, and is currently conducting many lessons in Sumi-e (Japanese carbon-ink brush painting), Mandala dots meditation art, and Pastel Finger Paintings. We are excited to have Yumi at Studio Subi!
THEA MANDIN | STUDENT AND ORIGAMI ENTHUSIAST
Théa started folding origami last year for fun, and really enjoyed it. Shortly after, she began making more complex designs such as dragons and parrots.
As her interest grew, so did her collection of origami papers. She experimented with different sizes, colours, and textures. Her interest continues and Théa is self-learning through origami books and video tutorials.
"I am excited to have this opportunity to share my passion in origami." says Théa. We are excited to have Théa at Studio Subi too!
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Please note that once booked, tickets are non-rufundable. You may however transfer your ticket to another paticiapant. Should a workshop be cancelled due to Covid restrictions your workshop will be rescheduled or you will be given a 12 month credit to rebook when we reopen.
When arriving, attending and leaving the workshop, it is your responisibility to follow all safety precautions. Upon booking, you agree that you are fully responsible for your property and physical safety during the workshop. Studio Subi and your workshop teacher hold no personal liability or responsibility for any damage, loss or theft to personal property, or any physical injuries that occur during the workshop.