Maker's Asylum x Himanshu Agrawal : Explore Orukami
Explore Origami like never before. Come down to Maker's Asylum, Mumbai on the 22nd of February and learn the art of folding paper and creating authentic paper sculptures.
About the workshop:
Orukami by Himanshu Agrawal is a homage to the Japanese ancient art of paper folding. It is combination of two words, Oru = "to fold" and kami = "paper". It will be a hands-on interactive experience for the participants; they will fold models ranging from beginner level to intermediate.The workshop will be conducted at a pace that everyone can follow.
Himanshu has been specializing in this technique since 1989. He specializes in large-scale Origami and has received numerous awards for the same, most notable being 5 Limca Book Records (20 ft. tall Giraffe, 105 ft. long Dinosaur, 25 ft. long Dragon with 3200 scales, 45-ft tall Origami Human and a life-sized Origami Elephant). His models have been installed at the Sharjah Biennial 2011, Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2013, Hermes India, Palladium (High Street Phoenix), IIT Bombay, CEG Chennai, Good Earth and others. He has also provided Origami in several TV and Print advertisements. Clients include: Airtel Online, Canon, Reliance Communications, Tata AIG, Toyota Innova, Audi, Arreyadi Newspaper (Saudi Arabia) and others. Check out his page here : https://www.orukami.com/
Maker's Asylum, Mumbai
D-11/1, Road No. 21, Opposite Passport Seva Kendra, MIDC, Marol Industrial Area, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400093GET DIRECTIONS